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North Carolina Stat* Ubr ary 
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



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CORPORATION COMMISSION 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1914 



COMPILATIONS FROM RAILROAD RETURNS ARE FOR 
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1914 



RALEIGH 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co. 

State Printers 

1915 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

CORPORATION COMMISSION 



B. L. TRAVIS, Chairman; 
W. T. LEE, 
GEORGE P. PELL, 

Commissioners. 



A. J. Maxwell, Cleric. 
Miss E. G. Riddick, 
Miss Meta Adams, 

Assistant Clerks. 



RATE DEPARTMENT. 

W. G. Womble, Rate Clerk. 
Wiley G. Barnes, Stenographer. 



TAX DEPARTMENT. 

J. S. Griffin, Tax Clerk. 
O. S. Thompson, 
Miss Myrtle Gates, 

Assistant Clerks. 



BANKING DEPARTMENT. 

S. A. Hubbard, Bank Examiner. 
H. D. Bateman, 
J. G. Nichols, 

Assistant Examiners. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



Department of the Corporation Commission, 

Raleigh, December 31, 1914. 
His Excellency, Locke Craig, 

Governor of North Carolina, 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Sir : — We beg herewith to submit to you the Sixteenth Annual Report 
of the Corporation Commission. Our report for the State Tax Com- 
mission will be handed to you under separate cover. This report con- 
tains a record of the cases disposed of during the year ; copies of circu- 
lars and special orders issued by the Commission ; Report of the Special 
Rate Commission ; the annual reports of fifty-two railroad companies, 
two telegraph companies, fifteen street railway companies, the Pullman 
Company, and the Southern Express Company, as of June 30, 1914; 
. and reports of 422 State banks of the condition of business on the 31st 
day of October, 1914. This report also shows statistical tables giving 
the assessment of all properties required to be assessed for taxation by 
the Corporation Commission and a distribution of same to counties 
and towns ; statistical tables showing the earnings and operating ex- 
penses of all railroad companies, both inter-state and intra-state earn- 
ings, taken together and separately; tables giving the average daily 
wages of all railway officers and employees, from general officers to 
trackmen ; also table showing accidents to persons. 

TRAFFIC CONDITIONS. 

The statements of operating revenues of railroad lines operating in 
this State, as given in this report, are for the fiscal year ending June 30, 
1914. These reports show in totals for all lines results, as compared 
with report for 1913, as follows: Operating revenues, $41,050,649 (in- 
crease, $962,377) ; operating expenses, $27,069,874 (increase $3,098,602) ; 
net operating revenue, $13,980,774 (decrease, $1,136,225). 

Since the period covered by this report traffic conditions have been 
very greatly changed by conditions brought about by the European war, 
which has reduced traffic and travel to an extent that the Commission 
has felt the necessity of granting authority to the railroads to make 
some curtailment of train service, and also to suspend requirement for 
expenditures in non-revenue producing permanent improvements. It is 
hoped, however, that this condition will be of short duration, and as 



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soon as normal conditions return the suspended service will be reinstated, 
and the building of adequate depots will be pressed. 

FREIGHT RATES. 

There has been put into effect during the year a complete revision of 
both inter-state and intra-state freight rates, and of inter-state and 
intranstate express rates. 

The adjustment of interstate freight rates approved at the special 
session of the General Assembly and shown in our last annual report, 
was sustained under attack before the Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion, and was put into effect by all the railway lines in this State on 
June 23, 1914. 

The schedule of intra-state freight rates made by the Special Rate 
Commission was put into effect October 13, 1914, on the eight railway 
systems in the State of more than seventy-five miles in length. The 
schedule of rates is shown in this report, and ajso an exception sheet to 
the Southern Freight Classification prepared by the Corporation Com- 
mission, in compliance with the findings of the Special Commission, 
adopting the Southern Classification of Freight except where lower 
rates were shown in the JSTorth Carolina Classification of Freight. The 
exception sheet represents the lower ratings that were carried in the 
North Carolina Classification, and that will continue to apply as. excep- 
tions to the Southern Classification. 

RATES FOR SHORT LINES. 

It was the purpose of the Corporation Commission to adopt the 
recommendation of the Special Rate Commission with respect to rail- 
way lines of less than seventy-five miles in length, and to adopt standard 
scales of rates for these lines, but when the new rates became effective, 
and in connection with them the other provisions of the Justice act, 
and including the long and short haul provisions of that act, it became 
at once apparent that a very substantial part of the traffic formerly 
handled by these short lines could not be handled by them under the 
restrictions of the long and short haul act, and it was, therefore, deemed 
inopportune to make a new schedule of rates for such lines under present 
conditions, and until it should be determined whether they would be 
permitted to continue to participate in competitive traffic that is now 
handled exclusively by the system lines. It is apparent that this ques- 
tion will be presented to the General Assembly by the short railway lines, 
and as soon as this question is determined the Commission will take up 
the question of prescribing standard rate scales for these lines. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. 



EXPRESS RATES. 



In February of this year the new schedule of interstate express rates 
made by the Interstate Commerce Commission was put into effect on 
all interstate express traffic in the United States. This schedule of 
rates worked out an average reduction in express rates of 20 per cent, 
as determined by experts of the Interstate Commerce Commission by 
application of both the new scale of rates and the former scales of rates 
to the business actually handled by the express companies for a period 
of twenty days. It was the desire of the Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion that this uniform scale of rates should be adopted by the several 
States, as well as interstate, so that there could be absolute uniformity in 
express rates, and this basis has been adopted in thirty-five states. The 
investigation made by the Interstate Commerce Commission showed 
that the application of their interstate express rate basis to business 
actually moving between points in this State, as compared with rates in 
effect, would make a difference of less than one per cent in total revenue. 
After giving the matter much consideration the Corporation Commis- 
sion adopted the general basis prescribed by the Interstate Commerce 
Commission, with several important modifications as shown in the gen- 
eral order in that cause appearing elsewhere in this report, making a 
lower basis of rates for short distances, and continuing in effect special 
commodity rates formerly in effect on a number of commodities, the rates 
on which are of particular importance to North Carolina producers. 

CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS. 

In addition to matters coverd by formal order the Department handled 
to a conclusion 460 specific complaints during the year, covering various 
phases of the public service, overcharges in rates, etc, 

RATE CLERK. 

By authority of the special session of the Legislature the Commission 
employed during the past year an experienced freight rate clerk, Mr. 
W. G. Womble, who had formerly held a position as chief rate clerk of 
the Atlantic Coast Line, and later general freight agent of the Raleigh 
and Southport Railroad. The Department is now equipped for properly 
quoting freight rates to any point in the country, and for checking over 
and securing prompt refund of any overcharges on freight shipments, 
and the public is invited to make full use of this Department. 

COAL RATES. 

The Commission has given a good deal of attention during the year to 
an investigation of coal rates to points in this State by the Interstate 
Commerce Commission, and thought the matter of enough importance to 



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the State to employ special counsel to assist in presenting the interests 
of North Carolina manufacturers and consumers of coal. The investi- 
gation developed at a time not opportune for further reduction in rail- 
road revenues, and for this reason final decision of the matter may be 
delayed for some time by the Interstate Commerce Commission, but we 
are quite hopeful that when a conclusion is reached by them there will 
be a readjustment that will be of substantial advantage to this State. 
The present adjustment of coal rates was made at a time when our 
transportation facilities with relation to the coal fields were greatly in- 
ferior to the facilities at the present time, and a readjustment with rela- 
tion to these improved facilities should be of great benefit to our manu- 
facturing interests.. 

BANKS. 

The special session of the Legislature also gave the Commission author- 
ity to employ an additional bank examiner, which had become a neces- 
sity by reason of the rapid increase in number and resources of State 
banks. The Commission now has three examiners regularly engaged in 
this work and since the third examiner has been employed we are confi- 
dent that our bank supervision has been more thorough and efficient. 
Every bank is examined at least once each year, and at every examina- 
tion the examiners now take the time not only to examine the books and 
records of each bank, but also to call a meeting of the directors and place 
before them the condition as found, and submitting to the scrutiny of 
the directors all loans and discounts made by such bank. The results of 
this policy have been very satisfactory. 

The Commission wishes to make its acknowledgments to your adminis- 
tration and the General Assembly for the new quarters in which it com- 
pletes the year's work. Occupying an entire floor of the remodeled State 
Departments building, it now has ample room for properly segregating 
and organizing the several different lines of work now handled by the 
Commission, and for properly filing and indexing its increasing records. 

Respectfully submitted, 

E. L. Travis, Chairman, 
W. T. Lee, 
Geo. P. Pell, 

Commissioners. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 



CITIZENS OP SWAIN COUNTY v. SMOKY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COM- 
PANY—FREIGHT RATES. 

Lee, Commissioner: This cause coming on to be heard at Bryson City, 
North Carolina, on December 30, 1913, upon petition of the citizens of Bryson 
City with respect to excessive and unreasonable freight rates charged by 
defendant company, upon submission of proposed schedule of freight rates 
containing substantial and satisfactory reductions in said freight rates, a copy 
of which said schedule is hereto attached and made a part of this order, it is 
hereby 

Ordered, That said rates be and they are hereby approved to become effec- 
tive at once, and it is further ordered that the defendant make proper publi- 
cation thereof, and post the same in accordance with the statute. 

January 2, 1914. 



IN THE MATTER OF FREIGHT TARIFF TO APPLY INTERDIVISION- 
ALLY BETWEEN STATIONS ON THE NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAIL- 
ROAD AND ON RALEIGH, CHARLOTTE & SOUTHERN RAILWAY 
ABSORBED JANUARY 1, 1914, BY THE NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAIL- 
ROAD. 

In the above matter, it appearing that the Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern 
Railway lines were merged with the Norfolk Southern Railroad, effective 
January 1, 1914, and it appearing that the freight tariff heretofore approved 
for the Norfolk Southern Railroad for its lines other than Atlantic and 
North Carolina division, is by its terms applicable interdivisionally between 
Norfolk Southern Railroad stations, it is ordered that the Norfolk Southern 
Railroad Company apply as interdivisional freight tariff between all stations 
on its lines, heretofore known as Norfolk Southern Railroad and its lines 
heretofore known as Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Railway, the freight 
tariff heretofore approved by the Corporation Commission for the Norfolk 
Southern Railroad Company as freight tariff applying on its lines in this 
State other than Atlantic and North Carolina division. 

It is further ordered that the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company submit 
to the Corporation Commission in ten (10) days from this date for approval 
an extension of the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company tariff to cover the 
longest distances between its stations in this State, such extension to be 
made consistent with rates carried in its present tariff. 

January 9, 1914. 



8 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

IN THE MATTER OF FREIGHT RATE ON LOGS ON THE WATAUGA 
AND YADKIN RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. 

It is ordered, That the Watauga and Yadkin River Railroad Company file 
with the Commission and put into effect on its line of road, within fifteen 
days from this date, scale of rates on logs not in excess of the following scale: 

Logs, all kinds, per car 40,000 pounds, excess in proportion. 

7 miles and under $7.50 

12 miles and over 7 9.00 

17 miles and over 12 10.25 

22 miles and over 17 11.50 

27 miles and over 22 12.75 

January 10, 1914. E. L. Travis, 

Chairman. 



IN THE MATTER OF SUPERVISION OF ELECTRIC LIGHT, POWER, 
WATER, AND GAS COMPANIES, PURSUANT TO DUTIES IMPOSED 
BY CHAPTER 127, PUBLIC LAWS 1913. 

It is ordered, That notice be issued to all companies and persons engaged 
in the sale of electric lights, power, water, or gas, other than municipal cor- 
porations, to file with the Corporation Commission, Raleigh, N. C, within 
thirty days from this date, a complete schedule of their rates and charges for 
each class of service which they sell to the public, together with any schedule 
of discounts that may be made by them for either quantity of service or 
prompt payment. 

It is also ordered, That notice be issued to such companies that they will be 
called upon at the close of each year to make annual report to the Corporation 
Commission for the calendar year, covering their operations and showing: 

Capital stock, 

Bonded indebtedness, 

Surplus or profits, 

Gross receipts from sale of service, 

Operating expenses, 

Salaries of officers, 

Dividends, 

Amount charged to depreciation, 

and any other items of cost of operation that may be deemed pertinent in any 
inquiry as to just and reasonable rates for the service performed. 

If any one company is engaged in two or more of the forms of public 
service mentioned, it will be expected to keep its operating revenues in such 
form that separate report can be made of operations as to each form of public 
utility in which it is engaged. E. L. Travis, 

Chairman. 

January 15, 1914. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 

CITIZENS OP McLEANSBURG v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY- 
DEPOT ACCOMMODATIONS. 



Pell, Commissioner: This comes before the Commission upon a petition of 
the citizens of McLeansburg asking for the establishment of adequate depot 
facilities at said station. 

Evidence was taken at Greensboro on the 8th day of July, 1913, and from 
it the Commission is of the opinion that there is not sufficient business 
arising at the point mentioned to justify the establishment of a regular 
agency station, but is of the opinion that proper waiting rooms should be 
provided to protect passengers boarding trains at said place from the weather; 
it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway Company erect, within sixty days after 
approval of the plans, a station house at McLeansburg which shall have ample 
waiting rooms for both races for the use of the general public in getting 
on and off its trains; that the said Southern Railway Company submit to 
this Commission within fifteen days plans for said station for its approval. 

January 22, 1914. 



SOUTHERN FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION v. SOUTH- 
ERN RAILWAY COMPANY— OVERCHARGE ON SHIPMENT OF FUR- 
NITURE. 

ORDER. 

In the above matter the Southern Furniture Manufacturers' Association 
presents claim of Forsyth Chair Company, Winston-Salem, N. C, of $8.38 
on shipment of mixed carload of furniture Winston-Salem, N. C, to States- 
ville, N. C, covered by bill of lading bearing date April 25, 1912, and consist- 
ing of 10,800 pounds iron bedstead and 3,340 pounds common chairs. The 
shipment was billed by the Southern Railway Company as a carload shipment 
of iron beds, minimum weight 12,000 pounds at fourth class rate, and the 
shipment of chairs billed at first class rate less than carload, making total 
freight charge $38.07, the complainant contending that it should have been 
handled as carload of furniture, "not otherwise specified," at the fourth class 
rate, under the North Carolina Freight Classification. 

The North Carolina Freight Classification provides fourth class rate on 
both of the articles of furniture embraced in this shipment, in carload lots, 
with minimum of 8,000 pounds for chairs and 12,000 pounds for bedsteads. 
The classification of "furniture, when manufactured of pine, poplar, oak or 
other common woods, carload," also provides carload rating on furniture, 
"not otherwise specified, minimum weight 12,000 pounds, fourth class." The 
Commission is of opinion that this shipment should have been handled at 
the straight fourth class rate and that the freight charge should have been 
$29.69 instead of $38.07, making an overcharge of $8.38, it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway Company refund to the Forsyth Chair 
Company, Winston-Salem, N. C, within thirty days from this date, the sum 
of $8.38, overcharge on this shipment, and in order to avoid any confusion 
in future as to correct rate to apply on similar shipments, it is 



10 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Ordered, That circular be issued amending the present classification of 
furniture providing specific rating on "furniture not otherwise specified, all 
kinds, finished or in the white (taking fourth class or lower when in straight 
carloads), in mixed carloads, minimum weight twelve thousand (12,000) 
pounds, fourth class." E. L. Travis, 

February 27, 1914. Chairman. 



U. S. WAR DEPARTMENT v. VIRGINIA & CAROLINA SOUTHERN RAIL- 
ROAD COMPANY, ATLANTIC ^COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY, 
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD 
COMPANY, SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY— APPLICATION FOR 
SPECIAL RATE ON CRUSHED STONE AND GRAVEL FOR CAPE 
FEAR RIVER IMPROVEMENT. 

Travis, Chairman: This is an application by the War Department of the 
United States for special rates on stone and gravel for use by the Government 
in making improvements in the navigation of Cape Fear River near Eliza- 
bethtown, the rates to apply from the several North Carolina quarries to this 
point. We are met with the condition that the stone required for this work, 
being thirty thousand tons, can be shipped to this point from outside the 
State of North Carolina by water at a freight rate of $1.27% per ton. The 
Government is, therefore, unwilling to pay any higher rate from North Caro- 
lina quarries, so that the rate must be made not to exceed that in order that 
the North Carolina quarries can have equal opportunity with outside quarries 
to furnish stone to be used in improving our own river. 

This application is considered under chapter 164, Public Laws 1899, author- 
izing the Commission "conjointly with railroad companies to make special 
rates for internal improvements in the State." 

After hearing all the carriers who would participate in the haul from the 
several quarries, it is ordered by the Commission that rates on stone, rubble 
or crushed stone for use by the Government in the public improvement afore- 
said, to Elizabethtown, for delivery to the Government over an extension of 
the Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad agreed upon, be made and 
divided as follows, per ton: 

From Granita. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company $ .45 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 18 

Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R. Co 55 

Total $1.18 

From Mount Airy and Granite Quarry. 

Southern Railway $ .46% 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 26 

Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R. Co 55 

Total $1.27% 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 11 

It is also ordered that rates on gravel for use by the Government in said 
improvements to the same destination be made and divided as follows, 
per ton: 

From Lilesville. 

Seaboard Air Line $ .55 

Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R. Co .57% 

Total $1.12% 

From Lillington. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co $ .35 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 20 

Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R. Co 55 

Total $1.10 

The said rates to apply on all gravel or stone for use by the Government 
in the aforesaid public improvement, and not otherwise, carload minimum, 
80,000 pounds. 






CITIZENS OF LUMBERTON v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, RA- 
LEIGH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY, VIRGINIA AND 
CAROLINA SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. 

ORDER. 

Pell, Commissioner: This comes before us on a petition from citizens of 
Lumberton, N. C, asking that the depot now used by the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway and Raleigh and Charleston Railroad in said city of Lumberton be 
established as a union depot for said city and that the Virginia and Carolina 
Southern Railroad be compelled to run its tracks and its passenger trains 
into said station. 

Evidence was taken and all parties heard at the office of the Commission 
in Raleigh, N. C, on the 15th day of January, 1914, and it appearing that a 
union station in said city is practical and that the convenience of the travel- 
ing public demand it, it is 

Ordered, That the present station of the Seaboard Air Line Railway in the 
city of Lumberton be established as the union station for said city, and that 
said railway, together with the Raleigh and Charleston Railroad and the 
Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad use said station jointly as a union 
passenger station. That the said Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad 
extend its tracks to said depot at its own cost, and that it pay to the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway a monthly rental of twenty ($20) dollars per month for 
the use of said station. That the expenses of the proper maintenance of 
said station shall be borne by the three railroads as follows: Fifty-five 
per cent by the Seaboard Air Line Railway; thirty-one per cent by the Vir- 
ginia and Carolina Southern Railroad Company, and fourteen per cent by 
the Raleigh and Charleston Railroad Company. 

That the three railroad companies be required to grade the surroundings 



12 N. C. CORPORATION" COMMISSION. 

of the said depot and supply it with gravel so as to avoid standing water and 
to make the location sanitary, and to divide the expense of same in the same 
proportion as is provided for the maintenance of said depot. 

That this order be effective on or before April 1, 1914. 

February 27, 1914. 



CITIZENS OF LUMBERTON v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, RA- 
LEIGH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY, VIRGINIA AND 
CAROLINA SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. 

ORDER OVERRULING EXCEPTIONS AND MODIFYING FORMER ORDER. 

Pell, Commissioner: This cause again coming before us on the exceptions 
of the Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad Company to the order made 
in this cause on February 27, 1914, it is 

Ordered, That the exceptions taken by said Virginia and Carolina Southern 
Railroad Company be and are hereby overruled. 

It is further ordered, That the order made in this cause on February 27, 
1914, be modified to the extent of requiring the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
to bear the full cost of maintenance of said union station; also to the extent 
of exonerating the Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad from having 
to do any grading of grounds except on that side of said union station where 
its tracks are located. 

That this order and the order of February 27, 1914, be effective on or 
before May 1, 1914. 

March 31, 1914. 



CITIZENS OF LUMBERTON v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, RA- 
LEIGH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY, AND VIRGINIA 
AND CAROLINA SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. 



Pell, Commissioner: This coming before us upon the exceptions of the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway, it is 

Ordered, That said exceptions be overruled. 

It is further ordered, lhat the former orders in this cause are hereby re- 
voked, and the following order is hereby made in lieu thereof: 

It is ordered, lhat the present station of the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
in the city of Lumberton, be established as a union station for said city, 
and that said railway, together with the Raleigh and Charleston Railroad 
Company and the Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad Company use 
said station jointly as a union passenger station; that the said Virginia and 
Carolina Southern Railroad Company extend its track to said station and do 
such grading and gravelling on that side of the station as may be necessary 
to put the same in good condition, at its own costs, and that it pay to the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway a monthly rental of twenty ($20) dollars for the 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 13 

use of said station; that the expenses of the proper maintenance of said 
station, other than repairs of the building, shall be borne by the three rail- 
road companies as follows: Fifty-five per cent by the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way, twenty-five per cent by the Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad 
Company, twenty per cent by the Raleigh and Charleston Railroad Company. 

That the station grounds other than the part to be graded and graveled 
by the Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad Company, shall be graded and 
graveled to such extent as may be necessary to put same in good condition 
and avoid standing water by the Seaboard Air Line Railway and Raleigh 
and Charleston Railroad Company, and the expense borne by them as follows: 
Seaboard Air Line Railway, seventy-three per cent; Raleigh and Charleston 
Railroad Company, twenty-seven per cent. 
That this order shall be complied with on or before September 15, 1914. 

July 2, 1914. 



CITIZENS OP LUMBERTON v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, RA- 
LEIGH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY, VIRGINIA AND 
CAROLINA SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY— IN THE MATTER OP 
UNION PASSENGER DEPOT. 

Travis, Chairman: This matter coming before the Commission, upon fur- 
ther exceptions by the Virginia and Carolina Southern Railway Company, it is 
Ordered, That such exceptions be overruled. 
July 15, 1914. 



CORPORATION COMMISSION v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 
COMPANY, SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— IN THE MATTER OF 
INTERLOCKING PLANT AT PEMBROKE CROSSING. 

The parties to this proceeding having been heard, and it appearing to the 
Commission that interlocking plant should be provided at crossing of Sea- 
board Air Line Railway and the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad at Pembroke, 
N. C, it is 

Ordered, That interlocking plant be installed at this crossing within ninety 
days from this date, and that cost of same be divided in accordance with 
contract now existing between these companies. 

By order of the Commission. A. J. Maxwell, 

February 27, 1914. Clerk. 



W. N. COOPER v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY— SIDE TRACK FA- 
CILITIES. 

Lee, Commissioner: This is petition for side track facilities on the Mur- 
phy branch of Southern Railway near the 100-mile post, about one and one- 
half miles west of Topton. 



14 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

This petition was heard in Asheville on March 17, 1914. Evidence was 
offered by both parties, from which the following facts were found: 

The complainant, W. N. Cooper, has a large tract of land near the place 
where the side track is wanted, on which there is a large quantity of saw 
timber, pulp wood, etc. This mile and a half from Topton to the point where 
the side track is wanted is a rough, steep and mountainous road, making 
hauling with teams expensive, and the Commission is of the opinion that 
facilities should be furnished. It is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the defendant the Southern Railway Company, construct 
a spur side track, upon complainant doing the grading and furnishing the 
cross ties, within thirty days after the grading is done and cross ties furnished 
by the said W. N. Cooper, complainant. 

April 1, 1914. 



SNOW LUMBER COMPANY ET AL. v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY— 
INTERDIVISIONAL FREIGHT RATES ON LINES OF SOUTHERN 
RAILWAY IN THIS STATE. 

Lee, Commissioner: This proceeding was begun by petition filed with the 
Commission March 25, 1913, in behalf of .the Snow Lumber Company and 
seventy-three other shippers, alleging that the Southern Railway Company 
has for years been charging on interdivisional shipments passing over two or 
more of its divisions, rates in excess of those authorized by the Commission, 
and asking that an order be entered requiring the Southern Railway to con- 
form to the standard freight tariff, which it was alleged the Commission has 
adopted as the tariff to be used by them on interdivisional shipments, and to 
refund to the petitioners all charges collected from them by the Southern 
Railway on interdivisional shipments in excess of the standard tariff 4 . The 
petitioners did not complain that the defendant charged any rates in excess 
of those published in its interdivisional tariffs, but claimed that the rates 
so published are illegal, because they were never authorized or approved either 
by the Railroad Commission or by the Corporation Commission. 

The case therefore rests upon the finding of two facts: 

(1) Were the interdivisional tariffs of defendant ever authorized or ap- 
proved either by the Railroad Commission or by the Corporation Commission? 

(2) If so, were they at any time thereafter revoked and defendant ordered 
to apply the standard freight tariff on interdivisional shipments? 

The settlement of these two questions require an examination of the records 
and files of this office from the organization of the old Railroad Commission 
in 1891, down to the present time. Both the petitioner and defendant ex- 
hibited great diligence in this respect, and introduced in testimony every 
record and every letter of file having any reference to the matter which 
could be found. We have examined them with much care in order to get at 
the truth of the matter. 

Taking the questions in order, we will examine: 

First. Whether or not the interdivisional tariffs in question were ever 
authorized and approved by the Railroad Commission or by the Corporation 
Commission? I 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 15 

We find upon the records of the Railroad Commission, that on June 27, 
1891, soon after the organization of the Railroad Commission, the Richmond 
and Danville Railroad, predecessor of the defendant, the Southern Railway, 
filed with the Railroad Commission its freight tariffs numbered as follows: 
N 1492; N 1493; N 1494; N 1495; N 1496; N 1497; N 1498; N 1499; N 1500; 
N 1529; N 1534; N 1536; N 1542; N 1566; N 1577; N 1578; N 1579; N 1581. 

The original tariffs so filed and bound together in one cover were also 
found and introduced in evidence. They embrace and contain the inter- 
divisional tariffs, which the petitioners contend have never been authorized 
or approved and according to which interdivisional rates have since been 
charged by the defendant. The petitioners contend, however, that although 
the said tariffs were properly filed, they were never approved or authorized 
by the Commission. Examining into this question, we find that the filing 
of these tariffs is duly entered upon the records of the Commission, and that 
on June 28, 1891, Mr. H. C. Brown, then Clerk of the Commission, addressed 
to the railroad company the following letter: 

I beg to acknowledge receipt of your tariffs (here reciting the 
numbers). Please accept my thanks for the very convenient and neat 
arrangement of the different tariffs. 

Very respectfully, H. C. Brown, Clerk. 

Neither the record nor the letter of Mr. Brown shows affirmatively that 
the tariffs were approved by the Commission, and the petitioners contended 
that there was nothing from which such approval could be inferred. These 
tariffs, however, were published and used by the railroad company after 
being filed with the Commission without objection on the part of the Com- 
mission for a number of years, and the original tariffs on file show evidence 
of having been much used and contain memoranda and figures in the hand- 
writing of Mr. H. C. Brown, the very capable and painstaking clerk of the 
Commission, from which it would naturally be inferred that he used and 
treated them as the effective rates of the company. However, we do not 
find it necessary to decide whether or not this would amount to an implied 
approval of these tariffs. 

The minutes of the Corporation Commission, which was organized in 1899. 
and succeeded the Railroad Commission, show that in April, 1899, the follow- 
ing order was made: "In the matter of freight and passenger rates, it is 
ordered that the rates from different roads as filed are approved and con- 
tinued effective until otherwise ordered, with the exception of rates on fer- 
tilizer." 

The rates and tariffs in controversy were then on file, as already shown, 
and have been on file ever since. It therefore appears that whatever may 
have been done or not done prior to this time, this order is an express ap- 
proval of these rates. 

On the 27th of April, 1899, the Corporation Commission notified the de- 
fendant company of that order in the following letter: 

North Carolina Corporation Commission. 
Raleigh, May 3, 1899. 
Col. A. B. Andrews, First Vice-President, Raleigh, N. C. 

Dear Sir: — Referring to the order of the Commission April 27. 
1899, saying "The freight and passenger rates as filed in the office of 
the late Railroad Commission, in effect over your system of roads 
April 5, 1899, are approved and continued effective." 



16 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

You will have observed that the fertilizer rate is accepted (ex- 
cepted) from the order as Circular No. 1, a subsequent order, shows, 
which you have, making a special rate on this commodity effective 
May 15, 1899. Very respectfully, 

(Signed) H. C. Brown, Cleric. 

This seems to conclusively settle the fact that these interdivisional rates 
were approved and authorized by the Corporation Commission. That brings 
us to the consideration of a second question: 

Second. Were those rates at any time thereafter revoked and defendant 
ordered to apply the standard freight tariff on interdivisional shipments? 

Examining into this question, we find that prior to the filing of this petition, 
there has been no complaint made either to the Railroad Commission or to 
the Corporation Commission by any shippers in respect to these rates prior 
to the filing of this petition. The record discloses, however, that the Cor- 
poration Commission, of its own motion, from time to time, have taken up 
with the Southern Railway the question of making the Commission's standard 
freight tariff applicable to all lines and branches of that company, and that 
it has from time to time, of its own motion, ordered that the standard freight 
tariff be applied to different branches and divisions until nearly all of its 
lines have been made to use the standard tariff, but we do not find that the 
interdivisional tariffs in question have ever been cancelled or revoked, or 
that the company has ever been ordered to apply its standard freight tariff 
to interdivisional shipments between divisions and branches upon which 
these original interdivisional rates apply. 

The record discloses that on September 4, 1894, the Railroad Commission 
served the following notice on the Southern Railway Company: 

Raleigh, September 4 (5), 1894. 

State of North Carolina, on the Relation of the Railroad Commission- 
ers, v. the Southern Railway Company. 

Col. A. B. Andrews, 

Y ice-President Southern Railway Company, Raleigh, N. C. 
Dear Sir: — Since the consolidation of all the lines leased or owned 
by the late Richmond and Danville Railroad Company under one 
system, known as the "Southern Railway Company," there can be 
no good reason why the standard freight tariff should not be enforced 
upon the Western Carolina Railroad. Hence, the Commission has 
issued the following circular: 

* Circular No. J^l. 

"On and after October 1, 1894, all exceptions to the Standard 
Freight Tariff, heretofore granted to the Western North Carolina 
Railroad, from Salisbury to Paint Rock, are hereby repealed and the 
Standard Freight Tariff applied thereto." 

If you desire to except to the same the Commission will hear your 
exceptions on Wednesday the 12th, next. 

J. W. Wilson, Chairman. 
By order of the Commission: 

H. C. Brown, Clerk. 

The petitioners relied strongly upon what is designated in that notice as 
Circular 41. Upon further examination of the record, however, it is found 
that exceptions were filed by the railroad company to this order, and heard 
September 25, 1894. At that time the Commission entered an order making 
the Commission's standard passenger tariffs applicable from Asheville to 



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Paint Rock, and ordered that the decision of the Commission as to the appli- 
cation of the standard freight tariff be held up. 

On November 14, 1894, the Commission made the following order: 

Circular No. 41 is withdrawn and Circular No. 42 is issued as fol- 
lows: On and after January 1, 1895, all arbitraries heretofore ex- 
isting as to freight and passenger tariffs to and from Paint Rock, are 
hereby repealed. 

The arbitraries referred to are not the interdivisional rates in question. 
So it will be seen that the order, Circular No. 41, upon which petitioners 
relied to show that the standard tariff had been applied to interdivisional 
shipments, was withdrawn and never issued, thus leaving the interdivisional 
tariffs still effective. 

We find that on August 9, 1901, the Corporation Commission, upon its own 
motion, entered the following order: 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway and all roads operated by the 
Southern Railway owned and leased in North Carolina, shall apply 
the Commission's standard freight and passenger tariffs in the trans- 
portation of freight and passengers; and rates of transportation on 
the shipment of freight passing between the divisions of each system, 
shall be computed on a continuous mileage basis as one and the same 
road. Effective October 1, 1901. 

Exceptions were filed to this order and the record discloses that the Cor- 
poration Commission entered into a very exhaustive and thorough investiga- 
tion of the financial condition, earnings, expenses, profits, etc., of the South- 
ern Railway on all its separate lines in North Carolina, and made comparison 
of them with the earnings and traffic on the lines in Virginia, Tennessee, 
Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama, and after mature consideration of 
the matter, modified the order so as to require the Southern Railway to 
apply standard passenger rates on all its lines in North Carolina, but with- 
drew the order in so far as it applied to freight rates and dismissed that 
branch of the inquiry for the time being. In September, 1906, the Corpora- 
tion Commission, of its own motion, again took up the matter of applying 
the standard freight tariffs to all the branches of the Southern Railway, and 
went into another investigation, and addressed to the company the following 
letter: 

North Carolina Corporation Commission. 

Raleigh, September 19, 1906. 
Mr. L. Greex, Traffic Manager, Southern Railv:ay, Washington, D. C. 
Dear Sir: — In the year 1901 the Commission had up with Mr. Culp, 
Traffic Manager of the Southern Railway at that time, the question 
of the readjustment of freight rates for the various lines of the South- 
ern Railway in North Carolina with a view of getting more of a 
uniform rate so as to conform as nearly as possible to the standard 
freight tariff. See communication of Mr. Culp under date of Septem- 
ber 13, 1901, and further correspondence at that time. Inasmuch as 
the earnings of the road since that time have been increased consid- 
erably, it would seem that there should be a readjustment of the rates. 
The Commission will be glad to hear from you on this (subject) ques- 
tion now. Very respectfully, 

H. C. Browx, Clerk. 

The Commission then made another investigation of the traffic and earnings 
of the road and the controversy in respect to the matter between the Com- 
mission and the railroad was renewed from time to time until November 20, 
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18 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

1908, when the Commission's standard freight tariff was ordered to be applied 
by the Southern Railway upon its following named lines: 

North Carolina Railroad; 

State University Railroad; 

High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and Southern; 

Atlantic and Yadkin; 

Yadkin; 

Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line; 

Southern Railway, Charlotte Division, including 

Transylvania Railroad; 

Atlantic and Danville; 

North and South Carolina Railroad; 

North Carolina Midland Railroad. 

This order, however, which is the last one upon record dealing with this 
question, does not cancel or revoke the interdivisional tariffs heretofore 
mentioned, nor does it direct the company to apply the standard freight tariff 
on shipments moving between the branches and divisions on which these 
interdivisional tariffs apply. 

We, therefore, must find as a fact, that these interdivisional tariffs have 
never been cancelled or revoked since they were approved, either by the 
Railroad Commission or the Corporation Commission, and that they are 
legal and effective, and this proceeding in so far as it relates to claims 
for overcharges, is dismissed. 

The petitioner in this case also asks that an order be made by the Com- 
mission to "establish, put in force and apply as maxima in the future to the 
transportation of freight interdivisional as well as local, over the lines of the 
defendant other rates consistent with the aforesaid standard freight tariff." 
It was the purpose of this Commission to go into a full consideration of the 
question of what further extension of the standard freight tariff upon the 
branch lines and mountainous divisions of the Southern Railway could be 
justified at this time, in view of the increased traffic and earnings of this 
company since this question was last passed upon in 1908, and particularly 
to give its consideration to the question of whether or not the standard 
tariff could justly be made to apply at this time on all interdivisional ship- 
ments over their lines, but as this whole question is now properly before 
the Special Rate Commission under act of the Special Legislature, who now 
have the matter under consideration, it is not deemed proper that any order 
be made with respect to it by this Commission pending their decision. 

April 2, 1914. 



SNOW LUMBER COMPANY ET AL. v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

ORDER. 

Travis, Commissioner: This matter coming on to be heard upon excep- 
tions filed by the complainants to the order herein issued on the second day 
of April, 1914, it is noted that exception No. 1, to the finding that the inter- 
divisional tariffs in question were approved by the Corporation Commission, 
is based upon the ground that such approval was given under a mistake of 






DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 19 

fact. The Commission does not think that the conclusion is warranted that 
there was a mistake of fact on the part of the Commission, but even if there 
was, the fact remains that the tariffs were approved. 

The second exception is based upon the contention that Rule 1, therein 
referred to, imposed the standard freight tariff upon all lines of defendant 
company. Rule 1 does not refer to, or control, the amount of rates, but has 
reference rather to the method of computing rates over different lines or 
branches all under one control. In effect, it provides, that over lines or 
branches under one control, freight rates, whatever they may be, whether 
standard or otherwise, shall be computed upon continuous mileage as over 
one road as distinguished from a combination of local mileages as upon dif- 
ferent roads; the latter being governed by Rule 28. 

We find no ground for sustaining the exceptions and the same are, there- 
fore, overruled. 

April 21, 1914. 



CITIZENS OP MOUNT AIRY v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



Pell, Commissioner: This cause coming on to be heard upon the petition 
of the citizens of Mount Airy for better depot facilities at the Southern Rail- 
way station in said city, and it appearing from evidence introduced before the 
Commission that the convenience of the traveling public demands improve- 
ment of the depot at said station; it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That before June 1, 1914, the Southern Railway Company shall 
make the improvements to its combination depot at Mount Airy as indicated 
by the blue print plans and the specifications filed in this office, dated March 
12, 1914; that said Southern Railway Company connect its toilet rooms 
with the sewer and water systems of the city of Mount Airy. 

April 3, 1914. 



CORPORATION COMMISSION v. SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY— IN 
THE MATTER OP INTRA-STATE EXPRESS RATES. 

This is an investigation by the Corporation Commission, made of its own 
motion, to determine whether or not it would be practical and advisable to 
adopt the express rates and classifications made by the Interstate Commerce 
Commission in respect to interstate express traffic for application to express 
traffic between points within the State of North Carolina. 

It was deemed advantageous to the shipping public to have a uniform and 
equal rates and classification, if this could be done without advancing existing 
rates in North Carolina. Upon examination into the matter it was found 
that the application of the Interstate Commerce Commission's uniform basis 
would reduce the rates on some commodities and increase them on others, 
and that upon the same commodities it would reduce the rates between some 
points in North Carolina and increase them between other points in the 



20 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

State, and that upon the whole the average effect would be to slightly raise 
existing rates in North Carolina. It was also ascertained that the adoption 
of this uniform basis would raise existing North Carolina rates on some 
of the most important commodities moving in this State, namely: on fish, 
and on berries, cantaloupes, apples, cabbage, potatoes, and so forth. The 
Commission, therefore, undertook to arrive at such a modification of the 
uniform basis as would enable us to adopt it without increasing rates on 
those commodities and without making an average increase in the rates in 
the State. 

After several conferences with the officials of the defendant company for 
this purpose, we finally arrived at and agreed upon the modification here- 
after set out. It is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the express classification adopted by the Interstate Com- 
merce Commission, including rules and practices with reference to billing 
of express shipments, and the scale of express rates promulgated by the 
Interstate Commerce Commission be adopted as the classification and rates 
applicable on intra-state express shipments in North Carolina, with the fol- 
lowing modifications: 

First class rates, State and interstate, to be modified as follows: 

First sub-block rate shall be 50 cents per 100 pounds. • 

Second sub-block rate shall be 50 cents per 100 pounds. 

Tihrd sub-block rate shall be 55 cents per 100 pounds. 

Fourth sub-block rate shall be 60 cents per 100 pounds. 

Fifth sub-block rate shall be 75 cents per 100 pounds. 

Over five blocks uniform Interstate Commerce Commission rate to apply: 

From Block 1346 to 1549 Scale No. 21 to apply. 

From Block 1448-1 to 1549-F Rate Scale No. 7 to apply. 

From Block 1346 to 1549 Scale No. 21 to apply. , 

Wilmington to be designated as Block No. 1547-M. 

Block No. 1344 to be changed to Block No. 1345-N. 

The second class rates to be modified as follows: 

Rates on mineral water, ice, apples, cabbage, onions, potatoes: Present 
mileage commodity rates to be continued, transformed into block rate scale 
quotation. 

Commodities in Tariff No. 4050, except as noted above, to be sixty-five per 
cent of first class scale. 

Rates on berries and cantaloupes to be published from all producing points 
to all State points of destination sixty per cent of first class rates. 

Rates on fish to be published according to commodity tariff No. 4045. 

The modifications herein made as to class rates applying between sub- 
blocks to be applied interstate as well as intra-state in the affected blocks. 

It is further ordered, That the Southern Express Company prepare, pub- 
lish, and file with the Corporation Commission tariffs to become effective 
June 5, 1914, in accordance with this order. 

It is also ordered, That the Southern Express Company separate all of its 
way-bills covering all express shipments between points in this State for a 
period of ten days from June 10 to June 20, 1914, and compute for purpose of 
comparison the rate that would have been charged under the present rates 
as well as the rates that will be applied under this order, so that the results 
of the new rates may be ascertained with reference to business actually 



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moving, and that detailed report and analysis of such comparison be filed 
with the Corporation Commission by August 1, 1914. 

E. L. Travis, 
April 17, 1914. Chairman. 



CITIZENS OF WEST ASHEVILLE v. BUCKEYE WATER COMPANY. 

ORDER. 

Ordered, That petition herein be dismissed without prejudice to the rights 
of the petitioners and with leave to them to renew the same at any time 
they may think proper. E. L. Travis, 

April 18, 1914. Chairman. 



THE TOWN OF APEX v. DURHAM & SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 
AND SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— IN THE MATTER OF THE 
LOCATION AND PLANS FOR PASSENGER AND FREIGHT DEPOTS. 

This is a controversy involving the location by the Durham and Southern 
Railway Company and Seaboard Air Line Railway, of joint passenger and 
freight depots in the town of Apex, the depots in this town having recently 
been burned. 

The first controversy is between 'certain citizens of the town and the 
railway companies and other citizens of the town in respect to the location 
of the passenger depot, as to whether it shall be on the north side of Chatham 
Street where it crosses the railroad, or on the south side of Center Street 
where it crosses the railroad. After viewing both locations and hear- 
ing all the parties interested, the Commission is of opinion that the location 
that will best serve the public interest, and which will also be most economi- 
cal of operation for the railroads, will be the location at Center Street, and 
it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the passenger station be so located, and that the same be 
constructed in accordance with the plans filed in this proceeding, which 
are approved. 

In respect to the freight depot, the only controversy between the railroads 
and the citizens of the town was as to whether or not the same should be 
constructed of brick or of wood. The location and the dimensions of the 
freight depot seem to meet the approval of all concerned. This location 
is within the fire limits of the town of Apex, in which under the ordinances 
of the town, it is not permissible to erect any other than a brick building. 
If this Commission were disposed to authorize or approve the erection of a 
wooden structure within such fire limits, we do not think our approval or 
authorization would be valid or effective, unless permission so to do was 
secured from the town authorities, which we understand has not been done. 
We, therefore, hold that the proposed location is the proper one and that the 
depot will have to be of brick unless the town authorities of Apex authorize 
and permit a wooden structure. 

May 6, 1914. 



22 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

SAVONA MANUFACTURING COMPANY v. PIEDMONT AND NORTHERN 

RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Pell, Commissioner: In the above entitled proceeding petition has been 
filed with the Corporation Commission, alleging that the Savona Manufactur- 
ing Company has purchased a lot of land adjacent to the track of the defend- 
ant company in the city of Charlotte, lying north of what is known as "Red- 
mon Avenue," and proposes to construct and establish on said lot of land its 
plant for the purpose of manufacturing cotton fabrics and other material. 

That in order for the petitioner to be able to erect the said manufacturing 
plant and properly carry on its business after its manufacturing plant shall 
have been in operation, it is necessary and expedient that there be constructed 
a spur or switch track from the line of the railway of the defendant company 
to the industrial plant which the petitioner proposes forthwith to erect in 
order that the petitioner may have necessary and adequate railway facilities. 

That such spur track will not exceed five hundred (500) feet in length, 
and that the revenue which will accrue to the defendant from said switch 
or spur track will be more than sufficient within five years to pay the ex- 
pense of the construction thereof. 

Answer has been filed by the defendant company admitting all the allega- 
tions set out in the petition. It is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the Piedmont and Northern Railway Company construct 
within sixty days from this date a side track, beginning at or near the point 
of curve on the line of railway of the respondent company and running 
thence in a general northwesterly direction about two hundred and fifty-five 
(255) feet to what is known as Redmon Avenue, thence across Redmon Ave- 
nue and through the property of the petitioner around to the site of the 
petitioner's proposed plant. 

July 31, 1914. 



TOWN OP CARY v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY AND SEABOARD 

AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



Pell, Commissioner: This cause comes up on a petition of the citizens of 
Cary for a union passenger depot at that place. 

The Commission having personally inspected the situation and having 
heard evidence from all parties interested, it is 

Ordered, That the defendant railroads, the Southern Railway Company 
and Seaboard Air Line Railway, erect in the town of Cary a union passenger 
station adequate to the present and future demands of said connecting point; 
that said station be erected on or before November 1, 1914; that plans show- 
ing location of station and tracks, as well as plans of building, be submitted 
for the approval of the Commission by September 10, 1914. 

It is further ordered, That said railway companies be permitted to use 
their present depots as freight depots, but that the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
be required to move its present depot ten feet west of its present location 
so as to clear the street. 

August 12, 1914. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 23 

CRAVEN & HOLMAN v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY— SIDE TRACK 

FACILITIES. 

In above entitled matter petition was presented to the Corporation Com- 
mission to require the Southern Railway Company to install industrial siding 
on lands of the petitioners at Ridgecrest for the convenient shipping of 
lumber and other forest products by the petitioners. i 

Since the petition was filed it appears from correspondence on file with 
the Commission that the parties have agreed upon a location and terms upon 
which the Southern Railway Company was to put in this siding in all re- 
spects, except as to cost of ballast to be used and as to form of contract cover- 
ing indemnity to the Southern Railway Company against fire damage that 
may be caused by negligence of the railway company or its agents; and it 
further appearing that the petitioners have already complied with the terms 
usually imposed by the Corporation Commission upon petitioners for indus- 
trial sidings by doing the necessary grading and furnishing the cross and 
switch ties; it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway Company furnish all other necessary 
material and install siding for use of the petitioners at point heretofore 
agreed upon by them within ten days from this date. 

By order of the Commission. A. J. Maxwell, 

August 24, 1914. Clerk. 



CRAVEN & HOLMAN v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY— PETITION 
FOR SIDE TRACK FACILITIES. 

This matter was heard before the full Commission at its office in Raleigh, 
on September 8, 1914, the petitioners being represented by H. B. Craven, 
Esq., one of the petitioners, and the defendant by Col. William A. Henderson, 
General Solicitor of the Southern Railway Company, and C. C. Hodges, Esq., 
Division Superintendent of the Southern Railway Company. 

It appeared that prior to August 24, 1914, the petitioners and the defendant 
had reached an agreement in respect to the location of the proposed side 
track and the terms on which the same should be constructed, in all respects, 
except as to the cost of the ballast to be used and a stipulation in the con- 
tract proposed by the defendant indemnifying the Southern Railway Com- 
pany from liability for damage caused by fire to the property of the peti- 
tioners through the negligence of the railway company. Thereupon, the 
Commission on August 24, 1914, issued an order directing that the siding be 
erected in accordance with the agreed terms, except that the Railway Com- 
pany should pay the cost of ballast, such order, in effect, requiring the 
erection of this siding without the petitioners signing the proposed indemnity 
against fire damage caused by the negligence of the defendant, and the 
defendant was required to install the siding for use within ten days from 
the date of said order. 

The defendant desiring to be heard fully upon its right to require the sign- 
ing of said contract before erecting said siding in compliance with said order, 
and desiring to have said order so reformed that they would be required to 
build said siding only upon condition that the petitioners sign said contract, 
the hearing was had as above recited. 



24 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

The clause in said contract which petitioners declined to sign is as follows: 

That it will indemnify and save harmless the Railway Company 
against any and all damage resulting from the negligence of the 
party of the second part, its servants and employees, in and about 
said industrial track and the right of way therefore; and, further- 
more, against any and all claims, demands, suits, judgments or sums 
of money accruing for loss or damage by fire communicated by loco- 
motive engines or trains of the Railway Company to buildings used by 
the party of the second part in connection with the business served 
by said industrial track, or to the contents of such buildings, or to 
other property stored by or with the consent of the party of the sec- 
ond part upon or near said industrial track. 

The defendant insists, and we find it to be a fact, that a contract containing 
this clause is signed by practically all persons or corporations for whom a 
side track is erected, and claim that they have a right to require it in all 
cases. 

The Commission entertains serious doubt as to the validity of this clause, 
believing that the Railway Company cannot legally contract against liability 
for its own negligence. But, whether it be legally valid or not, the Commis- 
sion is of opinion that it is unreasonable and unjust for the Railway Company 
to require or demand such a stipulation on the part of any shippers, and this 
Commission takes this occasion to express its disapproval of the practice of 
the railway companies in that respect. The Commission is of opinion that a 
shipper who has sufficient" business to offer a common carrier to justify the 
erection of a side track, is entitled to that facility without any condition 
which does not apply to the shippers in general. The effect of this stipula- 
tion in the contract, 'if valid, would be to release the company from all lia- 
bility for damage by fire caused to the property of the petitioners, whether 
such fire was set out by engines used on the siding or by engines used on the 
main track and totally disconnected with the business done on the side 
track, and without regard to how negligent the Railway Company might be in 
setting out such fires. We can not see any reason or justice in the claim 
or the company that it has the right to demand such a releafee as this from 
a shipper as a condition precedent to the performance of its public duty to 
furnish him with such reasonable facilities as his business demands. 

The Commission is further of the opinion, that it is the duty of the defend- 
ant company, when this Commission orders it to erect a siding, to do so, 
without any condition or contract whatever other than is contained and re- 
quired in the order of the Commission. 

The Commission, therefore, declines to require the petitioners to sign any 
contract containing the indemnity clause above recited, or one substantially 
like it, and declines to modify the order of August 24, 1914, in any respect, 
except that, on account of the time consumed in this hearing, the time within 
which the said side track is to be installed by the defendant company is 
extended to the 25th day of September, 1914. E. L. Travis, 

September 14, 1914. Chairman. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 25 

CITIZENS OF CHERRYFIELD v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY- 
DEPOT FACILITIES. 

In this matter petition was filed with the Corporation Commission for im- 
provements in depot and loading grounds at Cherryfield, N. C. The matter 
was investigated by Commissioner Lee at Cherryfield, Mr. J. F. Hays, Man- 
ager, being present, represented the Southern Railway Company. It was 
agreed that the following improvements should be made: 

That the side track should be moved over parallel with main line; the 
loading ground and depot ground put up on cinders; and that sheds should 
be erected on both sides of depot. It now appears that these improvements 
have been delayed on account of lumber and forest products stored by ship- 
pers on the right of way of the railroad company and the grounds blocked 
by such storage so as to prevent moving track and improvements of yard 
as agreed upon. It is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway Company proceed, without delay, to 
require the removal of such products stored on its right of way as interfere 
with making the improvements above mentioned, and that these improve- 
ments be completed within sixty days from this date. 

By order of the Commission. A. J. Maxwell, 

September 4, 1914. Clerk. 



CITIZENS OF SELMA v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 
AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

ORDER. 

Pell, Commissioner: The above entitled cause came on to be heard upon 
a complaint from citizens of Selma of inadequate station facilities at the 
junction of defendant roads at that place. Evidence was taken and a personal 
inspection had by the Commission, and the fact found that inadequate facili- 
ties existed; therefore it is 

Ordered, That the defendant railroad companies erect at Selma at the 
junction point a station adequate for the future needs of such an important 
junction point; that the yards be so graded as to afford to all passengers 
proper facilities for taking trains, and that umbrella sheds be erected for 
the proper protection of the public. 

It is further ordered, That plans for the proposed station be submitted to 
this Commission by October 15, 1914, for its approval. 

September 10, 1914. 



26 1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

In the United States — Before the Interstate Commerce Commission. 
CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA v. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAIL- 
WAY COMPANY, CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY, 
CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

Docket Number 5431. 

The matters involved in the above entitled petition having been settled by 
agreement between petitioner and the carriers, the petitioner respectfully 
requests that this proceeding be dismissed. 

Corporation Commission of North Carolina. 

By E. L. Travis, Chairman. 

September 18, 1914. 



In the United States — Before the Interstate Commerce Commission. 

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAIL- 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, CINCINNATI, NEW ORLEANS 
AND TEXAS PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, CHICAGO, INDIANAP- 
OLIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Docket Number 5432. 

The matters involved in the above entitled petition having been settled by 
agreement between petitioner and the carriers, the petitioner respectfully 
requests that this proceeding be dismissed. 

Corporation Commission of North Carolina. 

By E. L. Travis, Chairman. 

September 18, 1914. 



In the United States — Before the Interstate Commerce Commission. 

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY AND SEABOARD AIR LINE RAIL- 
WAY, ET AL. 

Docket Number 5433. 

The matters involved in the foregoing petition being now in course of ad- 
justment by the railways, the petitioners respectively request that the case 
be allowed to remain upon the docket until these adjustments are completed. 

Corporation Commission of North Carolina. 

By Edward L. Travis, Chairman. 

September 18, 1914. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 27 

In the United States — Before the Interstate Commerce Commission. 

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA v. 
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Docket Number 5434. 

The matters involved in the above entitled petition having been settled 
by agreement between petitioner and the carriers, the petitioner respectfully 
requests that this proceeding be dismissed. 

Corporation Commission of North Carolina. 

By E. L. Travis, Chairman. 

September 18, 1914. 



ABERDEEN AND ROCKFISH RAILROAD v. CITIZENS OF HOPE MILLS 

JUNCTION. 

Pell, Commissioner: The above entitled cause coming before us on the 
petition of the Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad for permission to discontinue 
the station at Hope Mills Junction as a flag station for trains Nos. 41, 38, 39 
and 40; also to discontinue receiving and delivering less than carload freight 
shipments at said point; evidence was taken at a hearing in our office in 
Raleigh, and it appearing that it is necessary in order to allow ample time 
to train No. 41 to make its connection with the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
train No. 11 at Aberdeen that Hope Mills Junction be discontinued as a flag 
stop for that train, but that said station is too important to warrant the 
further discontinuance of passenger and freight facilities there; it is 

Ordered, That the Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Company be permitted 
to discontinue Hope Mills Junction as a flag stop for their train No. 41; but 
that said railroad company retain said station as a flag stop for trains Nos. 
38, 39 and 40; also that said company continue its present practice of receiving 
and delivering less than car load shipments of freight at said Hope Mills 
Junction. 

September 19, 1914. 



IN THE MATTER OF LOCAL AND JOINT HAUL INTRA-STATE RATES 
OVER SHORT RAILROAD LINES AND JOINT HAULS BETWEEN 
LONG AND SHORT RAILROAD LINES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

ORDER. 

Whereas, The Special Intra-State Rate Commission appointed under the 
provisions of the act of the General Assembly, known as the Justice Act, 
did not fix or adjust intra-state rates for local and joint hauls upon the rail- 
roads in North Carolina owning and operating not more than seventy-five (75) 
miles of railroad, but recommended that such rates be fixed by the Corpora- 
tion Commission upon a uniform basis and on fair relation with the rates 
fixed by the Special Rate Commission for longer roads; and 

Whereas, It is necessary that pending the adjustment of such rates by this 
Commission, it be made certain what the charges of the short lines should 
be upon joint and local hauls; and, 



28 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Whereas, It is uncertain what should be the charges for joint hauls be- 
tween longer lines and the said short lines under the Justice bill and the 
finding of the Special Rate Commission; it is, therefore, 

Ordered by the Corporation Commission, That the joint haul and local 
rates of all independently owned and operated railroad lines in North Caro- 
lina less than seventy-five miles long, on intra-state movements, be and 
remain the same as they were at the time of the adoption of the said Justice 
Act, except in so far as there may have been specific changes since made by 
the Corporation Commission, until the Corporation Commission shall fix and 
promulgate new rates for such lines. 

It is also ordered, That until further order of the Commission, the rates 
on joint hauls, between lines more than seventy-five miles in length and the 
said short' lines shall be the new local rates of the long line or lines as fixed 
by the Special Rate Commission, to or from the junction point with the short 
line, less twenty-five per cent plus the rate of the short line as fixed above 
for the distance over it. E. L. Travis, 

September 26, 1914. Chairman. 



CORPORATION COMMISSION v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 
COMPANY— ROUTING OF FREIGHT. 



The Corporation Commission has noted that the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road Company has advertised in the public press of the State, that it is issu- 
ing instructions to its agents throughout the State, to become effective on 
the 13th day of October, 1914, as follows: 

"Freight transported between points on this line will, under the 
terms of the law, be forwarded by the route over which this line's 
shortest distance is obtained, and the rate of this line for said short- 
est distance will be applied unless the shipper instructs that the 
freight be forwarded by another route, in which case the freight will 
be so forwarded, and the rate applicable by said other route will be 
applied. If a shipment is tendered to an agent of this line without 
routing instructions, destined to a point reached by this line, it will 
be assumed that it is the desire of the shipper that the freight be 
transported entirely over this line, even at a higher rate than may be 
obtainable if forwarded via another route. On shipments so for- 
warded without specific instructions from the shipper, this company 
may not, under the law, entertain claims for overcharge on basis 
of the lower rate applicable via another route." 

These instructions in assuming that the company have the right to route 
shipments by the longer line and charge therefor a higher rate than would 
be legal upon the shorter line unless specific instructions to the contrary are 
given by the shipper, are in direct violation of Rule 29 established and pro- 
mulgated by the Corporation Commission, which reads as follows: 

"When a shipment is offered at a point where there are two routes 
over connecting lines to destination it shall be the duty of the railroad 
company making shipment to forward same by shortest route, un- 
less the rate charged over the longer route does not exceed that of the 
shorter, or unless otherwise ordered by the shipper." 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 29 

The Justice Act, Section 11, provides: 

"That when there are more than one railroad route between given 
points in North Carolina, and freight is routed or directed by the ship- 
per or consignee to be transported over a shorter route, and it is in 
fact shipped by a longer route between such points, the rate fixed by 
law or by such Commission for the shorter route shall be the maxi- 
mum rate which may be charged." 

The Corporation Commission, however, is of opinion that the Justice Act 
does not supersede or repeal Rule 29 of the Corporation Commission above 
recited, and if it did do so, there is nothing preventing the Corporation Com- 
mission under its power to adopt and prescribe general rules governing trans- 
portation of freight from re-adopting Rule 29. 

The essential difference between the rule of the Corporation Commission, 
and the instructions this company has given its agents, is that the rule of 
the Commission puts the burden and duty of routing shipments by the short- 
est line at the lowest rates upon the railroad companies, and they cannot 
escape this duty except when the shipper expressly directs the shipment by 
the long route. But the instructions this company has given its agents 
reverses this, and puts the burden of routing the shipment by the short line 
and getting the lowest rate on the shipper, the majority of whom never think 
of it, and are uninformed about it, so that if the shipper happens through 
inadvertence or otherwise to omit to give express instructions to route it by 
the short line, the Company can send it by a circuitous long line at a higher 
rate. 

The provision of the Justice Bill, above quoted, entitles the shipper to the 
rate via the short line whenever the railroad company may move the same 
by the longer line only when the shipper has directed the shipment to be 
moved by the short route, and it may be that the company has construed 
this as giving them authority for the instructions which they have given, 
but as already stated, the Corporation Commission does not construe the 
Justice Act as abrogating or in any way modifying Rule 29 of this Commis- 
sion; it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company at once withdraw 
the said instructions given to its agents and direct and instruct them to 
route all shipments in strict accord with Rule 29 of the Corporation Com- 
mission herein quoted, and that the Commission be furnished copies of such 
instructions. E. L. Travis, 

October 12, 1914. Chairman. 



CORPORATION COMMISSION v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY- 
ROUTING OP FREIGHT. 

ORDER. 

The Southern Railway Company having advertised in the public press 
of the State and filed with the Corporation Commission this day copy of 
instructions to its agents throughout the State to become effective this date, 
reading in part as follows: 

"If shipments are tendered to agents of this company and destined 
to a point on its own line, but without specific routing instructions, 
it will be assumed that it is the desire of the shipper that the ship- 



30 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

ment move over the Southern Railway at its lawfully established 
rate, even though a lower rate may be in force via another route." 

And the foregoing instruction being in direct violation of Rule 29, estab- 
lished and promulgated by the Corporation Commission, which reads as 
follows: 

"When a shipment is offered at a point where there are two routes 
over connecting lines to destination it shall be the duty of the railroad 
company making shipment to forward same by shortest route, unless 
the rate charged over the longer route does not exceed that of the 
shorter, or unless otherwise ordered by the shipper." 

It is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway Company at once withdraw the said 
instructions given to its agents and direct and instruct them to route all 
shipments in strict accord with Rule 29 of the Corporation Commission herein 
quoted, and that the Commission be furnished copies of such instructions. 

E. L. Travis, 

October 13, 1914. Chairman. 



IN THE MATTER OF THE WITHDRAWAL OP SPECIAL INTRA-STATE 

FREIGHT RATES. 

The several railroad companies engaged in intra-state traffic in North 
Carolina having filed with the Corporation Commission a number of supple- 
ments to their intra-state freight tariffs withdrawing, effective October 13, 
1914, special rates on commodities between various points within the State 
of North Carolina, and the Commission being of opinion that the withdrawal 
of such rates wherever such withdrawal has the effect of raising existing 
rates on such commodities is in violation of the Justice Act and of the finding 
of the Special Rate Commission appointed thereunder; it is 

Ordered, That all of said supplements or notices of the withdrawal of said 
rates be and they are hereby disapproved by the Corporation Commission in 
so far as they have the effect of raising existing rates between points in 
North Carolina; and it is 

Ordered, That such rates be continued in effect. 

E. L. Travis, 

October 12, 1914. Chairman. 



IN THE MATTER OF WITHDRAWAL OF SPECIAL INTRA-STATE 
FREIGHT RATES. 

The general mileage scale of rates fixed by the Special Rate Commission 
under the Justice Act became effective on October 13, 1914, applying to the 
following railroad companies engaged in the transportation of freight between 
points in this State: 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, 
Norfolk Southern Railroad Company, 
Seaboard Air Line Railway, 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 31 

Southern Railway Company, 
Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company, 
Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company 
Norfolk and Western Railway Company. 
Winston-Salem Southbound Railway Company. 

On the day before these rates became effective the railroad companies above 
named filed with the Corporation Commission tariffs withdrawing all special 
rates formerly in effect, whether such rates were higher or lower than the 
mileage scale of rates fixed by the Special Rate Commission. 

The act of the General Assembly, known as the Justice Act, carried the 
following section with respect to continuance of special commodity rates: 

"That whenever any commodity or particular kind of property is 
at the time of the ratification of this act allowed to be shipped at a 
rate to be charged by any railroad company, which rate is lower than 
the maximum rates specified in this act for the shipment of such arti- 
cle, or for the class in which such article is assigned, by lawful clas- 
sification at the time of the ratification of this act, or when such ar- 
ticle is not assigned to any class, such rate so charged for the ship- 
ment of such commodity or property shall be the maximum rate 
which shall lawfully be charged, unless the same be raised in the 
manner and under the circumstances contemplated, provided for, and 
allowed by the provisions of this act for an increase in the maximum 
rate fixed by this act." 

The report of the Special Rate Commission carried the following pro- 
vision: 

"Existing rates on commodities not mentioned in this schedule are 
continued in effect." 

The withdrawal by the railway lines of all special rates lower than the 
mileage scale of rates prescribed by the Special Rate Commission appeared 
to the Corporation Commission to be in violation of the provision of the 
Justice Act and of the Special Rate Commission above quoted, and the Cor- 
poration Commission, therefore, made general order on October 12, 1914, 
disapproving the withdrawal of special rates formerly in effect which were 
lower than rates prescribed by the Special Rate Commission and ordering 
that such lower rates be continued in effect. This order was made without 
notice to the Railroad companies interested, as the withdrawal tariffs filed 
with the Commission one day before they were to become effective gave no 
opportunity for notice and hearing, but upon exception to the order and upon 
special request from the railroad companies a formal hearing was given 
them by the Commission at its office in Raleigh October 26, 1914. 

At this hearing it was contended by the railroad companies that the pro- 
vision of the Justice Act requiring that special rates formerly in effect lower 
than the mileage rates prescribed be continued in effect was in conflict with 
section 9 of this act, which prohibits in absolute terms any violation of the 
long-and-short-haul principle, and that the special rates in question do violate 
this principle; that, therefore, they could not comply with both of these 
provisions. It was further contended that it was well understood to be the 
principle underlying the Justice Act that distance should be the measure of 
all rates and that all rates should be placed on a strict mileage basis, and 
that the Special Rate Commission having, after careful investigation fixed 



32 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

a reasonable maximum scale of mileage rates, they should be permitted to 
apply these rates to all traffic between points in the State. It was contended 
that the only possible way by which such special rates could be continued 
in effect without violation of the long-and-short-haul section of the act would 
be by a reduction of all intermediate rates on lines where such special com- 
modity rates were formerly in effect; that it would not only be grossly unfair 
to the railroads to require that this be done, but that it would widen the 
scope of discrimination as between shippers, and that differing scales of rates 
on the same commodity would thereby be made to apply on different lines 
of roads and on different sections of the same line of road wherever for 
special competitive reason a special rate had heretofore been made between 
particular points. 

The Corporation Commission, earnestly desiring to effectuate the legislative 
will, is impressed with the difficulties of reconciling these conflicting views, 
but the legislative declaration that "special commodity rates formerly in 
effect and lower than the mileage rates prescribed are to be continued in 
effect," is too plain and practical to be ignored. These special rates were 
put in effect by the voluntary act of the carriers themselves. It is recognized 
that they were put into effect to meet special conditions obtaining with 
respect to transportation of particular commodities between particular points 
that did not obtain with respect to intermediate points, and would not have 
been put into effect between such points if it had been anticipated that such 
rates were to be used as the measure of rates to intermediate points where 
like conditions of transportation and competition did not prevail. 

It is further recognized that within less than sixty days legislative author-' 
ity will again assemble, and that the railroad companies will then have 
opportunity to present to the legislative authority their views on this ques- 
tion. Pending further legislative expression, it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the former order of the Corporation Commission in this 
cause, made on October 12, 1914, is hereby modified so as to permit the with- 
drawal of special commodity or class rates where such rates were made to 
meet competition of a longer line with a shorter line between specific points, 
and that in all other respects the said order of October 12, 1914, be continued 
in force and effect. It is further 

Ordered, That the defendant railroad companies immediately put into 
full force and effect all such special rates formerly in effect, except where such 
rates were made over commodity longer routes to meet rates in effect by a 
shorter route, and that refund be made by such railroad companies to all 
shippers who have been charged increased rates by reason of withdrawal of 
such special commodity rates as are not permitted to be withdrawn by this 
order within thirty days from date of filing of claims for such overcharges. 

With respect to rates to or from any intermediate point over any railroad 
line or lines where any such special commodity rate is applied between 
specific points under this order, the Commission will give prompt considera- 
tion to any complaint from any shipper who may be aggrieved by the con- 
tinuance of such special rates, or by any failure to apply such special rates 
to or from any intermediate points. E. L. Travis, 

November 23, 1914. Chairman. 






DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 33 

IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION OP THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY FOR AUTHORITY TO CANCEL CERTAIN SPECIAL COM- 
MODITY RATES UNDER ORDER OF THE CORPORATION COMMIS- 
SION DATED NOVEMBER 23, 1914. 

ORDER. 

This matter coming on to be heard upon the application of the Southern 
Railway Company for specific authority to cancel tariffs carrying specific 
commodity rates between points in North Carolina under the provisions of 
the general order made by the Corporation Commission on the 23d day of 
November, 1914, the company asks leave to cancel all the tariffs set out in 
its Exhibit A, upon the ground that the rates therein published are obsolete, 
and to cancel those shown in Exhibit B, because it is alleged that the same 
rates are brought forward in the newly published tariffs, and those con- 
tained in Exhibit C, because the rates upon the same commodities are re- 
duced in the new rates published under the ruling of the Special Rate Com- 
mission. Those in Exhibit D, upon the ground that they were rates which 
were made to meet the rates over shorter lines. Those in Exhibit E, because 
they would be brought forward in a supplement to the new tariff. Those in 
Exhibit F, for particular reasons assigned in said exhibit as to each tariff. 
And. they ask leave to continue in effect the tariffs shown in Exhibit G, be- 
cause they have interstate application. 

Upon consideration of the whole matter, it is 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway Company be authorized to withdraw 
and cancel all the tariffs shown in their said Exhibits A, B, C, D, E, and F, 
subject to review upon complaint, with the following exceptions: 

In Exhibit C, Tariff I C C-A 4905, rates on fertilizer from Charlotte to 
Carolina Clinchfield and Ohio stations are continued in effect where lower than 
the new rates established by the Special Rate Commission: 

In Exhibit F, Tariff 1770, carrying rates on smoking tobacco from Durham 
to Wilmington. 

Tariff I C C-A 4719 carrying rates on plug and smoking tobacco from 
Winston-Salem to Wilmington. 

Tariff 3500 carrying stone rates between certain points in North Carolina 
are to be continued in effect. 

Also, in Exhibit F, Tariff I C C-A 3525, mileage rates between Southern 
Railway, Mount Airy, Sanford branch, Atlantic Coast Line and Atlantic and 
Yadkin division stations are to be revised and continued in effect where 
lower than the new rates prescribed by the Special Rate Commission. The 
tariffs in Exhibit G are continued in effect. E. L. Travis, 

December 4, 1914. Chairman. 



IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION OF SOUTHERN RAILWAY COM- 
PANY TO TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUE CERTAIN PASSENGER 
TRAINS. 

Travis, Chairman: Upon consideration of the application herein, it is 
Ordered, That the Southern Railway Company be allowed to discontinue 
temporarily its trains: 

Part 1—3 



34 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Nos. 2, 37 and 38 between Danville and Charlotte. 
Nos. 13 and 14 between Asheville and Spartanburg. 
Nos. 145 and 146 between Durham and Raleigh. 
Nos. 13 and 14 between Danville and Charlotte. 

It is fukther ordered, That the application to discontinue 
Nos. 15 and 16 between Asheville and Salisbury; 
Nos. 108 and 131 between Greensboro and Goldsboro; 
Nos. 132 and 133 between Sanford and Mount Airy be denied. 

The application as to Nos. 45 and 46 between Greensboro and Charlotte 
is reserved for further consideration. 

It is further ordered, That where trains have been allowed to be dis- 
continued the company shall arrange to stop the remaining trains at such 
points as will enable them to do the local work that is now being done by 
trains discontinued, and that a sufficient number of additional coaches shall 
be put on the remaining trains to accommodate the traveling public. 

The leave herein granted to discontinue certain passenger trains is given 
on account of substantial decrease in revenue of the company during the 
months of August and September, and particularly during the last week of 
September and is understood to be temporary and the company will be re- 
quired to restore the service when conditions improve sufficiently to war- 
rant it. 

October 6, 1914. 



HART- WARD HARDWARE COMPANY v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAIL- 
WAY. 



The plaintiff complains that defendant refuses to switch and place car of 
lime C. of N. J. Car No. 30838 arriving at Raleigh, N. C, from Lillington, 
N. C. Plaintiff's warehouse is located on side track of the defendant in the 
city of Raleigh, which side track is habitually used by plaintiff from which 
to unload freight into its warehouse. Defendant contends the side track 
is also used for team track purposes and therefore declines to switch thereto 
cars of competitive freight arriving over other lines. 

The Commission is of the opinion that under the circumstances in this 
case the said car should be switched for the usual switching charge of $2; 
it is therefore 

Ordered, That the defendant Seaboard Air Line Railway forthwith switch 
and place the said car alongside the warehouse of the plaintiff for unloading 
at the said usual switching charge of $2. E. L. Travis, 

October 31, 1914. Chairman. 



IN THE MATTER OP TELEPHONE RATES FOR THE TOWN OF GRAHAM. 

Lee, Commissioner: In the above matter application was made to the 
Commission by the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company to 
approve a scale of telephone exchange rates for the town of Graham. Copy 
of the application was furnished to the mayor and board of aldermen of 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 35 

Graham, and upon advice that there was opposition to the approval of the 
proposed rates the matter was set for hearing at the office of the Commission 
in Raleigh on October 2, 1914, and was further heard on October the 8th. 

The telephone subscribers in the town of Graham are served through the 
exchange at Burlington, the distance between them being approximately two 
and one-half miles, and the subscribers in each town have free communica- 
tion with all the subscribers in both. This is mutually advantageous and 
generally desirable. 

The Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company recently put in an 
entire new telephone plant in Burlington at an expenditure of $22,000, and 
under agreement with the mayor and board of aldermen for an increase in 
rates on account of additional expenditure and improved service in the same 
amount it is now proposed to increase the rates in Graham, when new equip- 
ment and improved service is furnished the Graham subscribers. 

It appears that the rates in Graham have always been on a scale fifty cents 
per month higher than in Burlington for the reason that Graham is furnished 
from the Burlington exchange, requiring an additional cable service of 
approximately two and a half miles greater, in length than is required to 
serve the Burlington subscribers. 

It further appears that eighty-two per cent of the subscribers in Graham 
have consented to the rates the Commission is now asked to approve. 

Upon consideration of all the facts, it is 

Ordered, That the following scale of rates be approved for the Graham 
telephone exchange, to become effective when the Southern Bell Telephone 
and Telegraph Company installs the new equipment in accordance with its 
proposal of agreement to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of Graham: 

Unlimited Special Line Business Stations per month $4.00 

Unlimited Duplex Line Business Stations per month 3.50 

Unlimited Special Line Residence Stations per month 2.50 

Unlimited Duplex Line Residence Stations per month 2.00 

Party line rates to extend for radius of two miles from Graham courthouse: 

Unlimited party line Business Stations per month $3.50 

Unlimited party line Residence Stations per month 2.00 

November 27, 1914. 



CITIZENS OF JEFFERSON v. VIRGINIA CAROLINA RAILWAY COM- 
PANY. 

Lee, Commissioner: Petition in above entitled cause was filed with the 
Corporation Commission August 28, 1914, alleging that the defendant railway 
company was constructing its line of road from Abingdon, Virginia, into Ashe 
County, passing within one and one-quarter miles from the courthouse at 
Jefferson; that it was preparing to erect its depot on the McNeill farm, two 
and a half miles from the courthouse, and praying that the said railroad 
company be required to construct its depot at a point nearest to Jefferson, 
or at the Smithdeal farm. 



36 N". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

A public hearing of the matter was had at Jefferson October 15, 1914, two 
members of the Commission being present. Testimony was taken, which 
is of record in this case, and the Commissioners also made a personal in- 
spection of the proposed locations. 

The petitioners were represented at the hearing by J. B. Councill, W. R. 
Bauguess, and G. L. Park. 

The Virginia-Carolina Railway Company was represented by R. A. Dough- 
ton and T. C. Bowie. 

A hearing for argument was also had before the Commission in Raleigh 
December 1st, the petitioners being represented by G. L. Park and J. S. 
Manning, and the Virginia-Carolina Railway Company by T. C. Bowie. 

Prom the testimony and personal investigation it appears that the geogra- 
phy of the situation forms a triangle, the three points of the triangle being 
represented by Jefferson, the Smithdeal site and the McNeill site. The near- 
est approach to the courthouse at Jefferson by the railroad line is about one 
and one-quarter miles, air-line, with a mountainous range running between 
Jefferson and the railroad. The distance from Jefferson to the point on the 
railroad on the Smithdeal farm, at which petitioners ask that depot be located, 
and by a survey of a new road which it is proposed to build in case depot is 
located at this point, is 1.47 mile. The distance by the present road is 
greater than this. 

The distance from Jefferson to the McNeill place by the present road is 
2.29 miles, making a difference in favor of the Smithdeal site, from a stand- 
point of distance, of .82 mile. 

Prom the testimony and inspection made it appears that the Smithdeal site 
is located on a prong of the Buffalo Creek, in a narrow strip of bottom land, 
through which the creek runs, with not more than 200 feet between the creek 
and the railroad, at the point of the proposed depot location, and this is of 
low bottom land of the character known as made-land, by filling in from the 
hills. There was testimony that the land is of an unfirm, boggy nature, and 
that at the time of the hearing in Jefferson there was water standing on it 
from two to fifteen inches deep, running in from the hills on account of the 
heavy rain at that time. Aside, however; from the objectionable character 
of the land at this location, it appears that there is not sufficient land avail- 
able that could be used for depot purposes to furnish sufficient room for 
handling the traffic that would come to the railroad from the surrounding 
territory, or for the accommodation of such development as should naturally 
seek a convenient location with reference to railroad facilities. 

The McNeill site is conceded by all to be an ideal location for a depot from 
every standpoint, with exception of its being .82 mile more distant from 
Jefferson. 

The Commission is of opinion that the railroad company is entitled to 
locate its depot at a point where adequate facilities can be provided for 
handling the business that will naturally come to it from the large territory 
to be served by it at this point. We are also of the opinion that the McNeill 
place is the nearest site to the town of Jefferson that will serve this purpose, 
and, believe that the best interests of the people of Ashe County will be 
served by the location of the depot at this point. 

The petition is, therefore, dismissed. 

Pell, Commissioner, dissenting. 

December 3, 1914. 



CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS. 

CLAIMS PAID. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association v. Norfolk Southern Rail- 
road Company. Complaint of overcharge on shipment of seaweed, with 
reference to rate on minimum carload basis. Overcharge to the amount of 
$15.98 refunded, and case closed. 

Beam Brothers v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for shipment of 
lost cotton seed meal. Amount of claim, $4.11, paid claimant, and case 
closed. 

Beaufort Fish Company v. Southern Express Company. Claim for shipment 
of fish delivered in bad condition. Claim to the amount of $123.29 paid 
claimant, and case closed. 

D. H. Webb v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for lost ship- 
ment of groceries. Six dollars paid complainant and case closed. 

Gray Concrete Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of 
overcharge on shipment of concrete pipe. Claim amounting to $81.74 and also 
$47 paid complainant, and case closed. 

T. C. Davis & Son v. Southern Express Company. Claim for shipment not 
delivered. Claim settled, and case closed. 

Smith-Wadsworth Hardware Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claim for shipment not delivered. Claim amounting to $20 paid complainant, 
and case clased. 

Elizabeth City Cotton Mills v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of claims not settled, claim being for overcharge on freight and break- 
age of part of shipment. $14.50 paid complainant, and case closed. 

Wilmington Shippers Agency v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Complaint of overcharge on shipment of shingles. $2.59 paid complainant, 
and case closed. 

Gunn Veneer and Lumber Company v. Laurinburg and Southern Railway 
Company. Complaint of overcharge on shipment of logs. Defendant com- 
pany advises that overcharge would be refunded; case is closed. 

H. Q. Alexander v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of overcharge 
on shipment of rye. $7.14 overcharge paid complainant, and case closed. 

C. Woodard v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of claim 
for lost eggs not settled. $8.82 paid complainant, and case closed. 

W. F. Early v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of 
damage to shipment of gasoline engine. Claim amounting to $131.35 paid 
complainant, and case closed. 

John Minshew v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint 
of overcharge on shipment of household furniture. Claim amounting to 
$11.30 paid complainant, and case closed. 

Southern School Supply Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Com- 
plaint of overcharge on shipment of wood pulp boards. Refund made, and 
rate adjusted. Case closed. 



38 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

T. W. Mewborn & Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Over- 
charge on shipment of live stock. Overcharge amounting to $4 refunded and 
case closed. 

Bailey Lumber Company v. Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio Railway Company. 
Complaint of overcharge on shipment, on account of 25 per cent deduction. 
Defendant company advises that refund will be made of overcharge, and 
25 per cent deduction looked after in future. Case closed. 

M. B. Steed & Son v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company, Dover & South- 
bound Railroad Company, and Baltimore Steam Packet Company. Claim for 
shipment of furniture lost in transit. Adjusted, and case closed. 

S. P. Mordecai v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of 
failure of defendant to pay claim for loss of five gallons of molasses, amount 
$3.50. Claim paid, and case closed. 

A. White v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for lost shipment 
not settled. Amount of claim, $7.28, paid claimant, and case closed. 

S. W. Brewer & Son v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint 
of claim not paid, same being for lost shipment. Claim to the amount of 
$109.41 paid claimant, and case closed. 

H. B. Varner v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of excessive charge 
on barrel of oysters. Claim to the amount of 63 cents paid claimant, and 
case closed. 

W. C. Thurston v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of claims not 
paid. Claims paid, and case closed. 

J. H. Potter & Son v. Southern Express Company. Claim for lost shipment, 
or shipment that arrived at destination too late to be of any use. Defendant 
company advises that due to engine of train being derailed, causing train to 
miss connection, shipment of fish reach destination too late to be delivered, 
and shipment sold at amount of $2.53, which amount he offered claimant. 
Case is closed. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association v. Laurinburg and Southern 
Railway Company. Claim for overcharge on logs, $7.92 and $8.78. Over- 
charge paid, and case closed. 

Town of Oriental v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of 
claims not paid, claim being for rebate on freight charge on fire engine for 
town of Oriental, $25.60. Claim paid, case closed. 

G. T. Powell v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company.' Claim of $10.50 for 
shipment of potatoes delivered in bad condition. Claim paid, and case closed. 

V. O. Wiley v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $64.50, 
damages, not paid. Claim is taken up with defendant company and matter 
adjusted. Case closed. 

Hayes & White v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $2.58 for 
goods lost in transit. Claim paid, and case closed. 

W. H. Weatherly Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim 
of $11.50 for shipment not delivered. Claim paid and case closed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 39 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association v. Southern Railway 
Company. Claims for 95 cents and 18 cents on shipments. Overcharges 
paid, and case closed. 

Grimesland Supply Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Claims for $10.25, $1.00 and $17.80 not paid. Matter is taken up with de- 
fendant company, and case closed. 

E. S. Chesson v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claims of $15.50 
and $60.30 for lost shipments. Claims paid, and case closed. 

Southern Cotton Oil Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim of 
$2.31 for overcharge on shipment. Claim paid and case closed. 

Southern Cotton Oil Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for 
overcharge of $14.06. Claim paid, and case closed. 

Hunter-Rand Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of 
$33.80 for lost shipment of shoes. Claim paid, and case closed. 

Southern Cotton Oil Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Claim for overcharge on shipment of sand. Claim adjusted, and case closed. 

Carolina Veneer Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim of $35.10 
for damage. Claim paid, and case closed. 

E. C. Faires v. Southern Railway Company. Claim of $2.85 for overcharge 
on shipment of cow and calf. Claim paid, and case closed. 

Cox Drug Company v. Dover and Southbound Railroad Company and Nor- 
folk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $6.68 for box of merchandise 
lost. Claim paid, and case closed. 

E. A. Goodman v. Southern Express Company. Claim of $6.45 for lost 
shipment of fish. Claim paid, and case closed. 

A. W. Drinkwater v. Eastern Carolina Transportation Company. Claim of 
$3.30 for fish not delivered. Claim paid, and case closed. 

Freight Audit and Adjustment Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claim for overcharge on logs. Adjusted, and case closed. 

J. G. Ball Company (D. P. Frank) v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 
and Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for lost shipment of 
molasses. Claim amounting to $22 paid, and case closed. 

L. A. Mclnnis v. Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Company. Claims of 
$28 and $40.91 for shipments of meat. Claims paid, and case closed. 

A. "White v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $3.75 for 
shipment of nuts. Claim paid, and case closed. 

Miss Mary Cogdell v. East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad 
Company. Claim of 75 cents for overcharge. Claim paid, and case closed. 

L. M. Coleman & Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim of $4.62 
for lost shipment. Claim paid and case closed. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claim for overcharges on shipment of printing paper. Claim for $2.13 paid, 
and case closed. 



40 N. c. corporation commission. 

W. W. Bowen v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of 75 cents 
for lost shipment. Claim paid and case closed. 

J. W. Respess v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $3.63 for 
lost buggy seat. Claim paid, and case closed. 

Wilmoth and Hayes v. Southern Railway Company. Claims for $1.77 and 
$8.23 not paid by defendant. Claims paid, and case closed. 

Blalock Hardware Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim of 46 
cents for overcharge on shipment of oil tank. Claim paid and case closed. 

P. M. Hinson and Company v. North Carolina Demurrage Bureau. Claim 
for refund of storage charges. Charge of nine cents paid, and case closed. 

L. M. Coleman & Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim of $11.53 
for goods broken in transit. Claim paid, and case closed. 

Agricultural and Mechanical College v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim 
for overcharge on building material. Claim of $5.83 paid, and case closed. 

O. D. Hatsfield v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $5.74 
for overcharge on shipment of picture frames. Claim paid, and case closed. 

O. N. Marshall v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $1.73 for 
overcharge on shipment of household goods. Claim paid and case closed. 

B. H. Thompson v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and Southern 
Railway Company. Claim of $4.03 for overcharge on shipment of cotton seed. 
Claim paid and case closed. 

Ed. Darwish v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $3.78 for 
case of milk not adjusted. Claim paid, and case closed. 

John P. Futrell v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim of $2.78 
for overcharge on shipment of lumber. Claim paid and case closed. 

Davis Bros. v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $160.50 for 
lost shipment of shoes. Claim adjusted. 

J. Walter Perry v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $6.61 
for overcharge on shipment of horse. Adjusted. 

CLAIMS NOT PAID. 

E. Pritchett v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for shipment 
not delivered. Defendant company advises that shipment was delivered 
and receipt obtained therefor. Case closed. 

Jesse G. Brown v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for ship- 
ment lost in transit, and claim for $72 filed. It appearing later on that ship- 
ment is delivered, claim is withdrawn. Dismissed. 

Jno. L. Ratcliff v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for lost 
shipment of apples. Defendant company advises that shipment was de- 
livered, and case is dismissed. 

C. D. Sauls v. Carolina Railroad Company. Complaint of overcharge on 
shipment of apples. It appearing that there is no overcharge, case is dis- 
missed. 

P. D. Gold Publishing Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 41 

Complaint of overcharge on shipment of ink from Cincinnati, Ohio. It ap- 
pearing that there was no overcharge, case is dismissed. 

W. H. Weatherly Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim 
of $1.90 for shipment not delivered. Shipment being delivered, claim is 
denied. Case dismissed. 

J. M. Foust v. Southern Railway Company. Claim of $7.56 for shortage in 
freight. The Commission being unable to get desired information from 
complainant, case is dismissed. 

John Robert Burns v. Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Railway Company. 
Claim for $50 not settled by railroad company. This being claim that could 
only be enforced in the regular courts complainant is so advised, and case 
is dismissed. 

M. Mc. Jones v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for potatoes 
not settled by defendant company. Dismissed. 

Burgen Abernethy v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for $16 demur- 
rage charges. Dismissed. 

Empire Tie Company v. Virginia and Carolina Southern Railway Company. 
Claim for $4, overcharge on lumber. Dismissed. 

J. C. Cahoon v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for lost hogs. 
Dismissed. 

B. D. Cooper v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $18.80 for 
shipment of potatoes not delivered. Dismissed. 

Claim Adjustment Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Claim for overcharge on shipment of lumber. Dismissed. 

E. L. Lewis v. North Carolina Demurrage Bureau. Claim for $16 demur- 
rage. Dismissed. 

John A. McGregor v. North and South Carolina Railway. Claim for two 
cars of cantaloupes delayed in transit. Dismissed. 

A. L. Cahoon v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for shipment 
not delivered. Dismissed. 

DEPOTS— PASSENGER. 

United Commercial Travelers v. Southern Railway Company and Raleigh, 
Charlotte and Southern Railway Company. Complaint of not being able 
to purchase through tickets and check baggage through Asheboro to Aber- 
deen or High Point. Arrangements made for sale of through tickets and 
checking baggage, and case closed. 

A. J. Young, Ararat, v. Southern Railway Company. Application for in- 
stallation of telephone service at station at Ararat. Telephone service in- 
stalled, and case closed. 

W. J. Hicks v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of failure 
of agent to sell ticket from Goldsboro to Mount Tabor. Adjusted. Case 
closed. 

L. F. Swain v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of 



42 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

mileage used by defendant company on its line from Wilmington to New 
Bern as basis for computing rates. Dismissed. 

Warsaw v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of failure 
of agent to sell through tickets beyond Goldsboro to Raleigh and other points 
on Southern Railway. Adjusted. Case closed. 

G. W. Montcastle v. Pullman Company. Complaint of failure to open car 
at Lexington for passengers. Adjusted. Case closed. 

E. B. Lewis v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company and Southern Railway 
Company. Complaint of passenger service on the Goldsboro-Beaufort line 
of defendant Norfolk Southern Railroad, and on line between Goldsboro and 
Raleigh on defendant Southern Railway. Adjusted. Case closed. 

C. D. Sauls v. Carolina Railroad Company. Complaint of passenger car 
service. Adjusted. Case closed. 

R. T. Poole v. Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
of passenger fare. Dismissed. 

L. C. Marriner v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of 
failure to bulletin train at Mackeys. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Carolina & Northwestern Railway Company to the Commission. Applica- 
tion to discontinue flag station known as Fillips. Granted. Case closed. 

Scott Fillman v. Southern Railway Company. Application for installation 
of telephone in office at Reidsville. Telephone installed, and case closed. 

Mrs. J. W. Hicks v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint 
as to baggage being put off in rain and allowed to remain out of sight. 
Dismissed. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company. Permission to close Granite 
Falls at 2 o'clock on Saturdays. Granted. Case closed. 

C. A. Smith and W. E. Detter v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of 
depot accommodations at Creedmoor. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Old Hundred v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Petition for depot 
and agency at Old Hundred. Commission is advised that depot will be 
constructed and agency established; case is closed. 

B. N. Sykes v. Albemarle Steam Navigation Company. Complaint of ac- 
commodations at Mt. Pleasant Wharf. Larger wharf is built and matter 
adjusted satisfactorily. 

J. H. Bridgers v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Southern Railway Com- 
pany. Train connection at Raleigh and Durham. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Hampstead v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition 
for depot at that place, being a station on defendant's line of road. Au- 
thority is granted the defendant to cut out flag stops at Cypress Lake and An- 
nandale, and company is authorized to proceed to erect depot at Hampstead. 
Case closed. 

Greensboro Daily News v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of 
change in passenger service, thereby causing misconnection at Raleigh. Dis- 
missed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 43 

Citizens of Hillgirt v. Southern Railway Company. Petition against dis- 
continuance of Hillgirt, a station on defendant's line of road. Defendant 
company advises that said station will not be discontinued. Case closed. 

Citizens of Ahoskie v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition 
for better depot accommodations. New depot is erected, and facilities im- 
proved. Case closed. 

G. R. Morton v. Pullman Company. Complaint of service on Pullman car 
at Asheville. Matter is investigated by defendant company, and Commission 
advised that the matter complained of will have proper attention in the 
future. Case closed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
to abandon stop at Holt's Mill, a station on petitioner's line of road. Granted. 
Case closed. 

United Commercial Travelers v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Complaint as to passenger accommodations at Gulf, a station on defendant's 
line of road. Defendant company advises that new station is to be erected 
at Gulf as soon as weather will permit of same, and the matter being 
adjusted satisfactorily, case is closed. 

J. W. Chesson v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of 
passenger rate between Greenville and Belhaven differing from rate between 
Belhaven and Greenville. Matter is adjusted. Case closed. 

Clegg v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for flag stop at Clegg for 
one train each way per day. Defendant company advises that it has flag 
stop at Nelson, one mile west of Clegg, and the Commission being without 
authority to require establishment of depots within less distance than five 
miles of each other, case is dismissed. 

Carolina Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to discontinue 
Creeches, station one-half mile from Glenfield, same being a road crossing. 
Granted. Case closed. 

S. L. Grist v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of freight 
trains of defendant company blocking the county road crossings. Matter 
taken up with company, and same is adjusted. Case closed. 

Switzerland Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Carolina, Clinch- 
field & Ohio Railway Company. Complaint as to connection between defend- 
ant companies at Bostic. Adjusted, the connection desired being made, 
and case closed. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to rearrange passenger service on Western Division, being all 
lines west of Raleigh. Granted, and case closed. 

Greater Charlotte Club to the Commission. Application for permission for 
the Piedmont Northern Lines to transport free members of the Grand Chap- 
ter of the Eastern Star. Granted. 

H. P. Newhouse v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as to 
passenger fare between Callison and Oriental. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Commercial Club of Statesville v. Southern Railway Company. Petition 



44 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

asking that defendant company be required to sell tickets to Wilmington, via 
Charlotte. Adjusted, case closed. 

Francis D. "Winston v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition 
asking Commission to require sale of through tickets from Ahoskie to Ra- 
leigh and other points. Adjusted. Case closed. 

FREIGHT SERVICE. 

Burgess &i Aydlett v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company and Eastern 
Carolina Transportation Company. Complaint of refusal of agent to give 
duplicate copies of bill of lading. Defendant companies advising that du- 
plicate bills of lading will be issued to shippers in the future, case is closed. 

Oscar High v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of re- 
fusal of agent of defendant company to accept shipment of stoves not crated. 
Adjusted. Case closed. 

Utility Manufacturing Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Complaint of failure to get cars for loading shipments. Adjusted. Case 
closed. 

T. S. Arthur v. Black Mountain Railway Company. Complaint of failure 
of defendant company to furnish cars for loading pulp wood. Adjusted. 
Case closed. 

J. L. Tucker v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of delay in ship- 
ment of saw for repair. Dismissed. 

J. L. Morgan & W. H. Snyder v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of 
damage to shipment of flour in transit by coming in contact with kerosene. 
Adjusted. Case closed. 

Warrenton Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for exemp- 
tion from section 3, chapter 217, Laws 1907, same being with reference to 
penalties for failure of railroads to furnish cars, etc. Granted. Case closed. 

Kinston Manufacturing Company to the Commission. Application for 
authority to transport freight. Authority granted. Case closed. 

Eugene A. Shaffer v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of distribu- 
tion of empty cars. Adjusted. Case closed. 

0. M. Stewart & Son v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint 
of delay in placing cars. Adjusted. Case closed. 

W. T. Sellers v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of refusal of agent 
of defendant company to issue bill of lading for cotton on their premises 
for Wilmington and Charlotte. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Shoals v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of freight depot accom- 
modations at Shoals. Plans approved for new depot and case closed. 

Citizens of Iredell County v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking 
for removal of siding at Mazepa to a point at Poston's Cotton Gin. Siding 
removed. Case closed. 

Overman and Company — Whitney v. Southern Railway Company. Com- 
plaint of freight facilities at Whitney, complaining that same are inadequate. 
Dismissed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 45 

Nowell & Richardson v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of over- 
charge in switching charges. Overcharges refunded, and case closed. 

J. M. Foust v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of freight service 
at Ore Hill. Dismissed. 

E. L. Lewis and M. V. Lewis v. Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway 
Company. Complaint of delay in getting bill of lading. Adjusted. 

Alpha-Portland Cement Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Complaint of overcharge in switching charge for cars of cement. It ap- 
pearing that the rate charged having been put into effect after conference 
with the City Council of Wilmington, and there being doubt as to the 
Commission's jurisdiction in this matter, case is dismissed. 

Foreman Shoe Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Norfolk South- 
ern Railroad Company. Complaint of refusal of Seaboard Air Line to accept 
shipments at Charlotte for points on Norfolk Southern road. Adjusted. 

Edenton Cotton Mills v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint 
of freight service. Adjusted. 

Kinston Manufacturing Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Complaint of delay in delivery of cars to Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- 
pany. Adjusted. 

Troy Cross Arm Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of unsatisfactory shifting service. Adjusted. 

Goldston Brick Company v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for side 
track facilities. Side track installed, and case closed. 

Town of Sylva v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for side track at 
Sylva. Side track installed, and case closed. 

Dickson Cotton Mill v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of refusal 
of defendant company to place shipments on coal chute. Adjusted. 

J. J. Mason v. Southern Railway Company. Application for side track. 
Side track installed, case closed. 

Hendersonville v. Southern Railway Company. This is matter of the 
town of Hendersonville asking that gates be put at intersection of Southern 
Railway tracks and 7th Ave. East. Defendant company advises that watch- 
man had been placed at crossing, it not being deemed advisable to install 
gates. Case closed. 

Asheville Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. Application 
for extension of spur track at Biltmore. Extension made and case closed. 

Appalachian Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
as to inadequate space for loading lumber. Additional loading track facili- 
ties provided, and case closed. 

Albert Teague v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of service at 
Craggy. Adjusted. 



46 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

RATES. 

Lyric Theater Company v. Elkin Ice & Light Company. Complaint of rate 
charged for running moving picture show at Elkin. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers' Association to the Commission. Com- 
plaint of rate in packing cushions or mats, also classification. Circular No. 
194 issued, and case closed. 

Beaver Companies v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of rate on 
pulp wood. Defendant company advises that it will put in firewood rates 
on pulp wood, 10 cords minimum. Case closed. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Classification 
of fibre, hair, when used for wall plastering. Circular No. 197, covering classi- 
fication, issued, and case closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Classification of cowpeas. 
Circular No. 196, issued. Case closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Special rate on crushed 
stone from Balfour to Asheville. Granted. Case closed. 

Watauga & Yadkin River Railway Company to the Commission. Applica- 
tion for special rate on brick for Orphan Asylum at Thomasville. Granted. 
Case closed. 

Watauga & Yadkin River Railway Company to the Commission. Applica- 
tion for approval of local switching tariff. Approved. Case closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for authority 
to make reduction on fertilizer on basis of Lexington combination. Granted. 
Case closed. 

Forester Canning Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of 
rate on canned fruit and vegetables to Charleston, S. C. Adjusted. Case 
closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for special 
rate on bed springs from Mebane to High Point. Granted. Case closed. 

Azalea Woodworking Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
of excessive estimated weights on spruce lumber. Circular 200 issued, amend- 
ing Circular No. 199. 

Western Carolina Lumber and Timber Association v. Southern Railway 
Company. Complaint of estimated weights on lumber. Circular No. 199 
issued. 

Empire Tie Company v. Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad Company. 
Rate on lumber. Dismissed. 

Reid Hardware Company to the Commission. Classification of grates. 
Circular No. 195 issued, and case closed. 

Harris Granite Quarries Company v. Southern Railway Company. Rate 
on crushed stone from Granite .Quarry to Kannapolis. Adjusted. 

Southern Cotton Oil Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 
and Atlantic & Western Railroad Company. Application for rule to go into 
effect whereby the railroads will protect rates making combination on points 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 47 

touched by two or more lines where there is no physical connection, the 
point particularly interested being Jonesboro, located on the Atlantic and 
Western Railway. Denied, and case dismissed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
for classification and rating on Aeroplanes. Circular No. 198 issued. Case 
closed. . 

Lakeview Mills v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of delay in 
settling claims filed on account of milling-in-transit. Claims adjusted, and 
case closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Classification of baskets. 
Circular No. 202 issued, and case closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for authority 
for adjustment of claims upon basis indicated in correspondence filed. 
Granted. Case closed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
special rate on saw mill outfit from Wilmington to Wallace. Granted. Case 
closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for authority 
to make settlement of assessed charge and estimated weights on shipment 
of dry basswood. Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Classification on ventila- 
tors. Circular No. 203 issued, and case closed. 

Randolph and Cumberland Railway Company to the Commission. Rates 
on washed sand and gravel. Circulars 204 and 205 issued, and case closed. 

Western Union Telegraph Company to the Commission. Application for 
rates for baseball reports. Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for permis- 
sion to put in effect rates on saw dust from Woodfin to Rosman. Granted. 
Case closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for permis- 
sion to make rate on curbstone, C. L., Mount Airy to Battle Ground. Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for permis- 
sion to make rate on crushed granite and stone from Stacy to Kirkpatrick. 
Granted. 

International Harvester Company of America to the Commission. Applica- 
tion asking that Rule 27-B, North Carolina Classification, which provided 
allowance of actual weight for dunnage used in blocking shipments loaded 
in box cars, be amended to provide for dunnage allowance with maximum 
500 pounds on all shipments, including agricultural implements, when loaded 
on open cars. Denied. Case dismissed. 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. 

Citizens of North Charlotte v. Southern Express Company. Application 
for establishment of express office at North Charlotte. Office established. 
Case closed. 



48 N. C. CORPORATION COM MISSION. 

F. W. Ashcraft v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of service at 
Marshville, with reference to notifying consignee of arrival of express. Ad- 
justed. Case closed. 

Catawba Creamery Company— Hickory v. Southern Express Company. Com- 
plaint of service at Hickory, in that defendant company delivered express 
but would not take up same. Defendant company advises that arrangements 
had been made to call for express shipments; case is closed. 

Citizens of Albemarle v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of express 
delivery at Albemarle. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Burlington Coffin Company v. Southern Express Company. Complaint as 
to rules as to shipments of coffins. It appearing that ruling was misunder- 
stood, and defendant company advising that matter would be adjusted, case 
is closed. 

Merchants' Association of Raleigh v. Southern Express Company. Com- 
plaint of delivery of perishable goods. Adjusted. Case closed. 

F. C. Abbott v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of failure of de- 
fendant company to deliver package shipments. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Asheville Wholesale Fruit and Produce Dealers v. Southern Express Com- 
pany. Complaint of delivery service at Asheville. Improved service provided, 
and case closed. 

George W. Jones v. Southern Express Company. Claim for overcharge on 
four and a half pound package. Dismissed. 

E. A. Goodman v. Southern Express Company. Claim for $6.45 for lost 
shipment of fish. Claim paid, and case closed. 

A. H. Davenport v. Southern Express Company. Claim for shipment of 
hogs. Claim paid, and case closed. 

E. B. Jones v. Southern Express Company. Claim of 55 cents for over- 
charge on shipment of fish. Claim paid, and case closed. 

Town of Denton v. Southern Express Company. Petition for express 
service to Denton. Service inaugurated, and case closed. 

Robt. S. Taylor v. Southern Express Company. Claim for overcharge on 
shipment of box of ear corn. Claim amounting to 25 cents paid, and case 
closed. 

Citizens of Red Springs v. Southern Express Company. Petition for re- 
moval of office at Red Springs from depot of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 
Adjusted. 

Moore's Mineral Springs Company v. Southern Express Company. Rates 
on mineral water and return empties. Complainant is advised that the 
charge referred to is covered by order of the Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion, and if matter was pursued further it should be taken up with that 
Commission. Dismissed. 

W. H. Yopp v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of delay in making 
return of C.O.D. shipments. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application for discon- 
tinuance of express office at Sevier. Granted. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 49 

A. White v. Southern Express Company. Claim of overcharge on rate on 
bread. Adjusted. Case closed. 

TELEPHONE. 

J. L. O'Quinn v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of service. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Town of Cary v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of service in store at Cary. Adjusted. Case closed. 

J. B. Long v. Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Company. Complaint of 
failure of defendant company to give connection at Shelby. Adjusted. Case 
closed. 

Polk County Telephone Company to the Commission. Application for 
change in telephone charges as to toll service between Tryon and Columbus. 
Granted. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Commission. 
Rates approved as follows: 

Business. Flat rate special, 1 mile $6.00 per month. 

Business. Flat rate duplex, 1 mile 4.75 per month. 

Business. Flat rate party, 1 mile 3.75 per month. 

Residence. Flat rate special, 1 mile 4.50 per month. 

Residence. Flat rate duplex, 1 mile 3.25 per month. 

Residence. Flat rate party, 1 mile 2.25 per month. 

Business. Extension sta. "Desk Stand" 1.50 per month. 

Business. Extension sta. "Wall Set" 1.50 per month. 

Residence. Extension sta. "Desk Stand" 1.50 per month. 

Residence. Extension sta. "Wall Set" 1.00 per month. 

Business or Residence. L. D. Cab. Desk Set 50 per month. 

Business or Residence. L. D. Cab. Wall Set 50 per month. 

Business or Residence. Extension Bell 25 per month. 

Business or Residence. Extension Gong 50 per month. 

Business or Residence. Additional listing in Directory 3.00 per annum. 

Business or Residence. Additional line in Directory 3.00 per annum. 

Note A. This schedule of rates shall be applied from a rate center at 
point of intersection of Wrightsville Turnpike and Masonboro Road. 

TELEGRAPH. 

Warsaw — J. Walter Johnson v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of service at Warsaw — slow delivery of message. Adjusted. Case 
closed. 

Sidney McMullan v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint of 
delay in transmitting messages. Adjusted. 

D. O. Newbury v. Western Union Telegraph Company and Tyrrell County 
Telephone Company. Complaint of excessive charge on message. Dismissed. 

Western Union Telegraph Company to the Commission. Application for 
discontinuance of office at Spencer. Granted. 

Part 1—4 



50 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Citizens of West Asheville v. Buckeye Water Company. Complaint of 
service furnished by defendant company. Matter is investigated and the 
Commission orders that petition be dismissed without prejudice to the rights 
of the petitioners and with leave to them to renew the same at any time 
they may think proper. Case closed. 

Town of Elkin v. Elkin Ice and Light Company. Complaint of service. 
Adjusted. Case closed. 

Hickory Land and Development Company v. Hickory Electric Company. 
Withdrawn. Case dismissed. 

Carolina Power and Light Company to the Commission. Application to 
give free transportation to ex-Confederate soldiers attending Reunion in 
Raleigh June 9th and 11th. Granted. 

Enterprise Lumber Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, 
claim overcharge on coal destined to Enterprise siding. Adjusted. 

E. E. Bain, lumber dealer, v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for over- 
charge on lumber from Virginia and Carolina Southern stations to Greens- 
boro. Adjusted. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association v. Seaboard Air Line 
Railway. Claim for overcharge on fertilizer shipments from Wilmington 
to Norfolk Southern stations, amount $2.78. Adjusted. 

New Bern Chamber of Commerce v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Claim for overcharge on brick from Meacham Siding to New Bern. Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Claim for $27.18 for overcharge on lumber to Catonsville, Maryland. Ad- 
justed. 

Orange Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for 
overcharge in demurrage at Lexington. Amount $3. Adjusted. 

W. J. Norris v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Application for 
siding near 259 mile post on Western Division. Satisfactory settlement 
obtained between complainant and railroad. Dismissed. 

Mrs. Abigail R. Smith v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for $84 over- 
charge. Adjusted. 

Enterprise Lumber Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Claim for $17.72, overcharge on lumber, Goldsboro to Enterprise Siding. 
Adjusted. 

D. A. Butler v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for $72 on account of 
loss. Adjusted. 

W. H. Lewis v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $8.83 on 
account of loss. Adjusted. 

r I he Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for 
$21. Overcharge on lumber from Zebulon to Tarboro. Adjusted. 

T. A. Dillon v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $13.47. 
Damage and delay to peas. Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 51 

Southern Building Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Claim for $153.38. Overcharge in switching at Goldsboro. Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Claim for $4.34. Overcharge on lumber from Harnett, N. C, to Elizabeth, 
New Jersey. Adjusted. 

Pearsall & Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for $17.80. 
Overcharge on cross ties from Elkton to Wilmington. Adjusted. 

The Hill Veneer and Panel Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Com- 
pany. Claim for $9.38, overcharge on logs from Callison to High Point. 
Adjusted. 

J. B. Whitaker v. Carolina Railroad Company. Car supply at Snow Hill. 
File closed. 

H. B. Craven v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for thirty-one cents. 
Overcharge on safe from New Bern to Ridgecrest. Adjusted. 

Cotton Oil & Gin Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Claim for $6.95. Overcharge on cotton seed from Thompson's Landing to 
Scotland Neck. Adjusted. 

New Bern Brick Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Brick 
rate from Connor's Siding to New Bern. Adjusted. 

The Peoples Brick Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Brick rate 
from Meacham's Siding to New Bern. Adjusted. 

Miller & Cowell v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $89.59. 
Loss of cabbage from Bayboro to Baltimore, Adjusted. 

Adams Auditing Agency v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for $25.49. 
Overcharge on cooling room material, Clayton to Henderson. Adjusted. 

L. A. Randolph Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim 
for $38.50. Overcharge on automobile from Kokomo, Indiana, to Greenville, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

Elizabeth City Cotton Mills v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim 
for $67.19. Loss of bale of cotton. Adjusted. 

Captain W. G. Barry v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for 
$9. Loss of pigs. Adjusted. 

The American Agricultural Chemical Company v. Norfolk Southern Rail- 
road Company. Claim amount $21 for overcharge in demurrage at Dewey. 
Adjusted. 

M. W. Shive v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for $57.72. Overcharge 
on machinery from Town Creek, N. C, to Chester, S. C. Adjusted. 

Geo. C. Leach v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $2.75. 
Loss of melons. Adjusted. 

Will Harrell v. Southern Express Company. Claim for $2.50. Loss ship- 
ment of whiskey. Shipment duplicated and case dismissed. 

J. B. Leonard v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $193.37. 
Damage to Electric Piano. Adjusted. 



52 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

S. C. Brawley, Attorney, v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim 
for $43.50. Damage to tobacco from Zebulon to Durham. Adjusted. 

Bryson City Pump Works v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for $6.07. 
Overcharge on lumber from Ela to Bryson City. Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Claim for $15.30. Overcharge on lumber from Harnett, N. C, to Ridgewood, 
New Jersey. Adjusted. 

Misses Badger & Denton v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim 
for $17.25. Damage to shipment of millinery from New York to Raleigh. 
Adjusted. 

Whitaker Drug Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim 
for seventy-six cents. Overcharge on drugs from Greeneville, Tenn., to 
Enfield, N. C. Adjusted. 

A. P. Duckett v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for sixty- 
five cents. Overcharge on soda fountain from Decatur, Illinois to Godwin, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

W. C. Cram v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $11.25. 
Loss of machinery from Raleigh, N. C, to Knightdale, N. C. Adjusted. 

Acme Manufacturing Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Rate on 
gravel from Lilesville to Acme. Seventy-five cents per ton established. 

Acme Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. Rate on 
crushed stone from Granite Quarry and Mount Airy to Acme. Rate of ninety 
cents per ton established. 

A. Swain & Bro. v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition for 
additional depot facilities at Plymouth. Commission orders necessary fa- 
cilities. 

Travora Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim 
for $56. Loss of bale of cotton from Dunn to Graham. Adjusted. 

B. E. Goode v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for loss and damage 
to household goods. Adjusted. 

Home Building and Material Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claim for $21.28. Overcharge on window glass from Clarksburg, West Vir- 
ginia, to Asheboro. Adjusted. 

The C. H. Robinson Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Claim for overcharge on sheeting from High Shoals to Elizabeth City. Ad- 
justed. 

J. H. Baker v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $3.55. Loss 
of butter from Norfolk to Winfall. Adjusted. 

J. K. Morrison Grocery Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim 
for overcharge on eggs from Davidson to Statesville. Adjusted. 

H. W. Norman v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for loss of 
crate of eggs from Creswell to Norfolk. Adjusted. 

R. Bruce Etheridge v. Eastern Carolina Transportation Company. Claim 
for loss of oysters and potatoes. Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 53 

Battleboro Oil Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim 
for $4.90. Overcharge on cotton seed hulls from Battleboro to Gibbton. 
Adjusted. 

C. 0. Fowler v. Southern Express Company. Claim for $9.26. Loss of 
eggs, Winfall, N. C, to Norfolk, Va. Adjusted. 

G. R. Dixon v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Switching at 
Rocky Mount. Adjusted as to principle and amount refunded. 

Carolina Building & Hardware Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 
Company. Claim for $9. Overcharge on well drilling outfit from Goldsboro 
to Aulander. Adjusted. 

W. C. Thurston v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for $15. Demur- 
rage at Burlington. Adjusted. 

Slayden, Fakes & Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for 
$.9.03. Overcharge in storage at Murphy. Adjusted. 

Norman Bros. v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Various claims, 
majority settled, others duplicated. 

Hinson Brick and Supply Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim 
for overcharge on brick from Charlotte to Marshville. Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Claim for overcharge in weight on lumber from Harnett, N. C, to New 
York City. Adjusted. 

Winston Grain Company v. Southern Railway Company. Switching at 
Winston-Salem. File closed. 

Harrison & Meyer v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for overcharge 
on cinders from Hillsboro to Durham. Adjusted. 

J. W. Cannon v. Southern Railway Company. Rate on cotton yarn between 
Concord and Kannapolis. Adjusted. 

J. P. Walters v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for $76.36. 
Loss of cotton seed from Grifton to Charlotte. File closed. 

Adams Auditing Agency v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for refund 
on round-trip ticket from Henderson to Raleigh, same having been used one 
way at less than regular fare. Dismissed. 

Mitchell & Son v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Car supply at Wake Forest. 
Cars furnished. File closed. 

Southern Adjustment Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Claim for overcharge on cord wood, Wrights to Wilmington. Dismissed. 

M. B. Batchelor v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for overcharge on 
crockery from Durham to Spray. Dismissed. 

The Western North Carolina Lumber and Timber Association v. Southern 
Railway Company. Claim for overcharge on lumber from Azalea to Char- 
lotte. Dismissed. 

W. B. Blalock v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Delay to place- 
ment of fertilizer cars for handling at McCullers. Also, furnishing empty 
cars for lumber shipments. File closed. 



54 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Southern Railway Company to the. Commission. Classification in North 
Carolina on locust, cedar and oak posts. Adjusted. 

A. C. House Lumber Company v. Railroad. Question of authority for 
charging transportation on cars leased to complainant when being delivered 
him for use on tram road. This being a matter of contract, it is dismissed. 

W. T. Hunt & Bro. v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Car supply at New 
Hill. Adjusted. 

Noe W. Latham v. Washington & Vandemere Railroad. Claim for $15. 
Satisfactory settlement made. Adjusted. 

G. W. Long v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for demur- 
rage at Wilson. Dismissed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
to advance minimum weight on cement to 40,000 pounds. Granted. 

H. B. Mayo v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for overcharge 
on scrap iron from Washington to Raleigh. No overcharge found. Dis- 
missed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to refund 
overcharge on crushed stone from Stacy, N. C, to Kirkpatrick Siding. 
Granted. 

Pearsall & Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for 
overcharge on Jerusalem oak seed from Atlantic Coast Line stations to 
Wilmington. Dismissed. 

L. B. Turner v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for overcharge on 
lumber from Shaw's Siding on Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad to 
Oxford. Dismissed. 

T. W. Worley v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for damage to house- 
hold goods from Fayetteville to Henderson, claim having first been filed with 
railroad. Dismissed. 

Century Knitting Mills, Inc., v. Southern Railway Company. Rates on 
Knitting Factory products from Old Fort to western points, Marion rates 
being established from Old Fort. Adjusted. 

Adams Auditing Agency v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for $24. 
Delayed shipment of sugar from Henderson to Watkins account of im- 
proper marking. Dismissed. 

Guilford Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. Application for 
relief from payment of undercharges on lumber shipments. Dismissed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to publish 
commodity rates on roofing tile from High Point to points within the State 
based on double Class P per car of 40,000 pounds. Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to publish 
rate on rough granite curbing, Granite Quarry to Graham sixty-five cents 
per ton, same as in effect to Durham and Raleigh. Granted. 

Trunk line railroads of the State to the Commission. Application to ad- 
vance the minimum carload weight on starch from 20,000 pounds to 30,000 
pounds between points within the State. Granted. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 55 

A. Y. Bond to the Commission. Application for Class A rating on mixed 
carloads of roofing material, consisting of tar, pitch, etc.,, between points 
within the State. Granted. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company v. Southern Railway Company and 
Seaboard Air Line Railway for restoration of rates on fertilizer from Char- 
lotte to Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio stations in North Carolina. Ordered. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to publish 
rates on crushed and rubble stone from Runyon, N. C, to Southern Railway 
stations in North Carolina, applying the same rate for equal distances as 
already effective from Balfour, Montford, Asheville and Rockliffe. Granted. 

W. M. Barbee v. Chesapeake Steamship Company. Claim for $8.35. Dupli- 
cate claim having been filed by shipper, it is dismissed. 

Freight Audit and Adjustment Company v. Durham and Southern Railway 
Company. Claim *for overcharge on logs from Varina to High Point. Ad- 
justed. 

J. K. Morrison Grocery Company v. Southern Express Company. Claim 
for overcharge on chickens and eggs from Taylorsville to Wilmington. Ad- 
justed. 

Warsaw Drug Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim 
for overcharge on show case from Grand Rapids, Michigan to Warsaw. No 
overcharge found to exist. Dismissed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Applying for 
proper classification on compound or built-up wood. Circular 210 issued 
naming rate same as on veneering. 

W. S. Davenport v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for over- 
charge on coal from Logan, West Virginia. No overcharge found. Dismissed, 

First National Bank of Hickory v. Southern Express Company. Complaint 
that money would not be accepted unless made up in packages and scaled by 
shipper. This being a reasonable requirement, it is dismissed. 

Austin-Heaton Company to the Commission. Application for Class C rating 
on self-rising flour. Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to publish 
rate of ten cents per ton on waste or spar, minimum capacity of car, to be 
reshipped, Salisbury to Granite Quarry. Granted. 

Southern Furniture and Manufacturers Association v. Railroads. Class A 
rating on cement coated nails in kegs granted and Circular 309 issued. 

John M. Scott & Company v. Southern Express Company. Complaint 
against charge of ten cents for releasing C.O.D. charges. Dismissed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to publish 
rates on crushed stone from Carson Siding to Charlotte, Concord and Gastonia, 
Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to publish 
rate on granite curbing, carload, from Granite Quarry to Concord seventy 
cents and to limit the application of rate of forty cents then in effect on 
crushed stone from Granite Quarry to Concord to shipments consigned to 



56 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

municipal authorities, the rate on commercial business to be fifty cents per 
ton. Application approved as to crushed stone. Denied as to granite curbing 
and rate not higher than sixty cents, which was the rate to Charjotte, ordered 
published to Concord. 

W. C. Thurston v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for overcharge on 
cotton from Galveston, Texas to Rockingham. Amount $13.48. Adjusted. 

Southern Adjustment Company v. Southern Express Company. Complaint 
improper receipts being furnished public by the Express Agent at Fairmont. 
Adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for publica- 
tion of revised classification on feathers between points within the State. 
Granted. Circular No. 207 issued. 

Freight Audit and Adjustment Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claim for overcharge on lumber from Kernersville to Greensboro based on 
alleged erroneous mileage being used by the railroad. Investigation devel- 
oped actual distance 17.53 miles. Dismissed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to publish 
special rates on chair stock from North Wilkesboro to Winston-Salem. 
Granted. 

Salem Iron Works v. Norfolk & Western Railway Company. Claim for 
refund of overcharge on shipments forwarded via Norfolk & Western from 
Winston-Salem and destined to Toecane and Relief, N. C. Shipments having 
been erroneously forwarded via the Norfolk & Western via an interstate route, 
this Commission has no jurisdiction. Dismissed. 

Edenton Peanut Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim 
for storage charges on peanuts at Greenville. Dismissed as to storage and 
overcharge on return movement ordered paid. 

Hector McLean v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Rate on Acid 
Phosphate from Charleston, S. C, to Elmore, N. C. Rate reduced from $3.20 
to $3.00. 

Cruden Martin Manufacturing Company to the Commission. Application 
for revision in classification on paper tablets in crates. Granted. Circular 
No. 206 issued. 

Blue Pearl Granite Company v. Southern Railway Company. Special rates 
on stone from Bear Poplar to Winston-Salem. Rate ordered restored by the 
Commission. 

Gardner Brick Company v. Southern Railway Company. Rate on brick 
from Belmont to Charlotte ordered restored. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for with- 
drawal of rate of twenty-five cents per ton on sand, carload 50 tons minimum 
from Jamestown to Greensboro. Denied. 

Lakeview Mills v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Nonpayment of milling in 
transit claims on lumber. Adjusted. 

S. J. Adams v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for overcharge 
on shingles from Autryville to Raleigh. Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 57 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association to the Commission. Classi- 
fication on seed grass or sea moss in North Carolina. Adjusted. 

Peele & Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for 
overcharge on shipment from Kelford to Cremo. Adjusted. 

W. T. Morgan v. Southern Express Company. Claim for overcharge on 
chestnuts from Marion, N. C, to Tallahassee, Florida. No overcharge found. 
Dismissed. 

Virge McClure v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for overcharge on 
salt from Rittman, Ohio to Canton. Adjusted. 

J. F. Head v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for overcharge on gravel 
from Lilesville to Wilmington. No overcharge found. Dismissed. 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company to the Commission. Ques- 
tion of correct minimum weight on cotton seed meal from Mooresboro to 
Westminster. Correct minimum 20,000 pounds. 

Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. 
Application to protect rate of seventeen cents per hundred pounds on cotton 
moving two days prior to effective date of tariff carrying the rate. Applica- 
tion granted, with order that same rate to be applied to all shipments moving 
within dates inclusive. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association to the Commission. 
Relating to joint haul deduction of 25 per cent of rail lines proportion in 
making joint rates with water lines within the State. Held that the statute 
does not provide for deduction from rail line locals. 

J. H. Norman v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $3.59. 
Overcharge on live stock from Creswell to Norfolk. Adjusted. 



CAPE FEAR AND YADKIN VALLEY RAILROAD. 



STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA— BEFORE THE CORPORATION COM- 
MISSION. 

REPORT. 

IN THE MATTER OP INVESTIGATION OF THE SALE OP THE CAPE 
FEAR AND YADKIN VALLEY RAILROAD PURSUANT TO A RESOLU- 
TION OP THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT ITS 
REGULAR SESSION OF 1913 ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION IN RE- 
GARD TO THE ATLANTIC AND YADKIN RAILROAD COMPANY." 

(Page 470, Public Laws, Session 1913.) 

Corporation Commission Office, Raleigh, N. C, May 1, 1914. 

(Docket No. 4535.) 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA— BEFORE THE CORPORATION COM- 
MISSION. 

Hon. T. W. Bickett, Attorney-General of North Carolina. 

By resolution entitled "A resolution in regard to the Atlantic and Yadkin 
Railway Company," page 470, Public Laws, Session 1913, the Corporation 
Commission was authorized to investigate all matters pertaining to the sale 
of the Atlantic and Yadkin Railway Company to the Wilmington and Weldon 
Railroad Company and the Southern Railway .Company, and report the facts 
disclosed by such investigation to the Attorney-General of the State. 

Pursuant to that resolution the Commission instituted such investigation 
and summoned before it for examination the principal officers of the Southern 
Railway Company and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, successor to 
the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company, and other witnesses, the 
first hearing being held at the office of the. Corporation Commission on the 
8th day of September, 1913, and a second hearing at said office on the 27th 
day of January, 1914. 

The witnesses from whom the most important information was elicited were 
Mr. Henry Walters, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad Company; Captain J. W. Fry, formerly Superintendent and 
Manager of the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad Company, and Mr. 
W. E. Kyle, formerly Traffic Manager of that line. 

It developed that Mr. Henry Walters was the officer who acted for the 
purchasers in the sale of the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad Company 
and bid in the same, and he made a very frank, full and clear statement in 
respect to all the facts and circumstances affecting the sale. 

In further accordance with the provisions of said resolution, we report to 
you the facts disclosed by such investigation, as follows: 



CAPE FEAR AND YADKIN VALLEY RAILROAD. 59 



That the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad extended from Wilmington 
via Fayetteville, Sanford and Greensboro to Mount Airy, a distance of two 
hundred and eighty-four and one-half (284%) miles; that it owned a thirty 
(30) years lease of the South Carolina Pacific Railway running from Ben- 
nettsville, South Carolina, to Fayetteville, which was operated as a part of 
the system. 

2 

That the several counties and towns through which said railroad ran, and 
the State of North Carolina has contributed substantially to the cost of this 
road from time to time, the city of Fayetteville and the county of Cumber- 
land each having subscribed one hundred thousand ($100,000) dollars. The 
State at one time donated six hundred thousand ($600,000) dollars, and at 
another time, in 1868, subscribed an additional five hundred thousand 
($500,000) dollars in bonds. 

3 

That in 1886 the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad Company executed 
a deed of trust to secure three series of bonds. Series "A" bonds were made 
a first lien on that part of the road lying between Greensboro and Fayette- 
ville and Fayetteville and the South Carolina line, and a junior lien upon 
the remainder of the road. Series "B" bonds were made a first lien upon 
that portion of the road between Greensboro and Mount Airy and a junior 
lien upon the remainder of the road. Series "C" bonds were made a first 
lien on that portion of the road between Fayetteville and Wilmington and a 
junior lien upon the remainder of the road, the total amount of the three (3) 
series being three million and fifty-four thousand ($3,054,000) dollars. In 
October, 1889, the company made a second deed of trust to the Mercantile 
Trust & Deposit Company, of Baltimore, Maryland, on all of its property 
and franchises to secure an additional bond issue, of which one million eight 
hundred and forty-eight thousand ($1,848,000) dollars were outstanding at the 
time of the sale of the property of the company hereinafter set out. 



That in 1893 or 1894 the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad Company de- 
faulted in the payment of the interest on the above named bonds, and in 
March, 1894, proceedings were instituted in the Federal Courts and a receiver 
appointed to take charge of the railroad with a view to the foreclosure of the 
mortgages above set out. 

5 

That soon after this occurrence the officers of the Wilmington and Weldon 
Railroad Company, predecessor of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, 
appointed committees in Baltimore and New York, respectively, to buy up 
the bonds secured by the first mortgage above enumerated, especially series 
"A" bonds, neither of the said roads being aware, at the beginning, that 
the other was undertaking the purchase of these bonds. 



That later, Mr. Harry Walters, Chairman of the Executive Committee of 
the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company, who was the principal officer 



60 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

acting for that line, ascertained from Mr. Samuel Spencer, President of the 
Southern Railway Company, that the latter company was also purchasing 
these bonds through its committee organization in New York. They 
thereupon entered into an agreement or understanding that the two roads or 
their officers would act together in the matter, securing as many of these 
bonds as they could and securing a sale of the property in divisions so that 
the Southern Railway Company might purchase the part it desired and the 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company might purchase the part it desired. 
Pursuant to this understanding Geo. F. Baker and others, representing the 
New York committee of bondholders, intervened in the proceeding on Decem- 
ber 20, 1895, and asked for a sale of the property in divisions. J. W. Midden- 
dorf and others, representing a Baltimore committee of bondholders control- 
ling a majority of the "B" and "C" bonds, also intervened and opposed a sale 
in divisions and insisted that the system be sold as a whole. This latter com- 
mittee was understood to be representing the interests of the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway, but this was not disclosed by any direct testimony in the 
investigation. 

7 

The matter was heard before Judge Simonton, and his ruling is reported 
in the 82d Federal Reporter, page 344. He refused to permit the road to be 
dismembered and sold in divisions and ordered that it be sold as an entirety, 
and said in this connection: 

"That the sale must be a public auction, open to the whole world; 
it must not be chilled and impeded by the adoption in advance of any 
plan of reorganization; the sale and purchase in point of time as 
well as in point of law must precede any attempt at reorganization." 

8 

"The Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad is the result of earnest 
and persistent effort upon the part of the citizens of North Carolina 
to secure a railroad from tidewater to the mountains. Aided by 
liberal appropriations and material assistance of the Legislature and 
of counties interested in the project, the purpose and intention of the 
State was to secure an entire line of railway from its principal sea- 
port to the Virginia line. If, therefore, the property were offered 
for sale at auction in separate divisions, it could, probably would 
result in a disruption of the entire system against the purpose of 
and defeat the ends sought by the State in which the corporation was 
created and to which it owes its existence and its powers." 



The Legislature of North Carolina at its session in 1897 amended the 
statute which formerly provided that any company purchasing the franchise, 
property and rights of a railroad company at a judicial sale should in conse- 
quence of such sale and conveyance succeed to all such franchises, rights and 
privileges and perform all such duties as would have been or should have 
been performed by the first company. This amendment was as follows: 

"In the event of the sale of a railroad in foreclosure of a mortgage 
or deed of trust, whether under a decree of court or otherwise, the 
corporation created by or in consequence of such sale, shall succeed 
to all the franchises, rights and privileges of said original corpora- 
tion, only when such sale is of all the railroad owned by the company 



CAPE FEAR AND YADKIN VALLEY RAILROAD. 61 

and described in the mortgage or deed of trust and when said railroad 
is sold as an entirety." 

10 

A rehearing was had before Judge Simonton in June, 1897, when he re- 
affirmed his first order, refusing to allow a sale by divisions and referred 
to this statute. An appeal was then taken from the ruling of Judge Simon- 
ton to the Circuit Court of Appeals of the United States by the New York 
Committee of bondholders, and in May, 1898, the decree of Judge Simonton 
was affirmed by that Court. Judge Goff, in delivering the opinion of that 
Court, said: 

"A connected railroad, one of the length, character, and importance 
of the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley, involving as it does such large 
sums of money to its bond holders and its stockholders, and in which 
the people of the State to which it owes its existence are so deeply 
interested, should, if at all practicable, be kept together as one sys- 
tem, and sold as an entirety." 

11 

That the representatives of the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company 
and the Southern Railway Company thus finding that they could not procure 
the sale to be made in divisions held a conference at which it was agreed 
that they would buy the road jointly for the two companies and afterwards 
make some arrangement by which that part of the road North of Sanford 
would be operated by the Southern Railway Company and that part south 
of Sanford by the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company, but they did 
not enter into any detailed or specific plan as to how this would be accom- 
plished. In pursuance of this understanding, Mr. Harry Walters, Chairman 
of the Board of Directors of the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company, 
attended the sale and bid off the property in the names of H. Walters, B. F. 
Newcomer, Michael Jenkins and Warren G. Elliott, it not being disclosed 
at the time in whose interests the purchase was made. The purchase, was, 
however, in fact made jointly for the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad 
Company and the Southern Railway Company, the individuals just named 
constituting the Chairman and Executive Committee of the Wilmington and 
Weldon Railroad Company. The sale occurred at Fayetteville, North Caro- 
lina, on the 29th day of December, 1898, some of the principal officers of the 
Southern Railway Company being present as well as those of the Wilmington 
and Weldon Railroad Company heretofore named. 

12 

That the said. H. Walters, B. F. Newcomer, Michael Jenkins and Warren G. 
Elliott, under the provisions of the statute, declared themselves a corporation 
under the name of the Atlantic and Yadkin Railway Company, and at the 
session of the Legislature of North Carolina in 1899 procured a charter by 
act ratified on the 23d day of February, 1899, duly incorporating the said 
Atlantic and Yadkin Railway Company, in which it is declared that such 
company shall have: 

"Shall have all the powers, rights and franchises which were enjoyed 
by the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad Company." 

It is further provided in said, charter: 

"Section 6. The said company shall have the right to consolidate 
with any other railroad company organized under the laws of this 
State with which it may connect directly or indirectly on such terms 
and conditions as may be agreed upon by and between the stock- 



62 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

holders of this and any other such company; provided, that any cor- 
poration or company consolidated under the provisions of this act 
shall be a domestic corporation and subject to the laws and jurisdic- 
tion of North Carolina." 

That at said session of the Legislature in 1899 another act was passed au- 
thorizing the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company to change its name 
to the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company of North Carolina, which con- 
tained this provision: 

"That authority is hereby given to the Wilmington and Weldon 
Railroad Company to consolidate or to merge its railroad with or to 
buy or lease the railroad or railroads of any other railroad company 
with which it may connect, either directly or indirectly, organized 
under the laws of this State or of any adjoining State which, under 
the laws of this or such other State, may have power to consolidate, 
merge, sell or lease its road; and any such other company shall 
have the right to consolidate, merge, sell or lease its railroad in whole 
or in part with or to the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company; 
and such consolidation, merger, sale or lease may be made between 
the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company and any other such 
company upon such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon by 
a majority of the stockholders of each corporation entitled to vote at 
all stockholders' meetings." 

13 

Sometime after the passage of this act, about May, 1899, all of the stock 
of the Atlantic and Yadkin Railway Company was turned over and transferred 
by its incorporators to the Southern Railway Company, and thereupon the 
Southern Railway Company, on the 13th day of May, 1899, acting as stock- 
holder of the Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad Company, sold and ordered 
conveyed to the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company all that part of 
the Atlantic and Yadkin Railway Company between Sanford and Wilmington, 
retaining for its own control that part of the road from Sanford to Mount 
Airy, thus completing the agreement under which the property was purchased 
by Mr. Walters and his associates. The property has ever since been con- 
trolled and operated by the two companies according to this division. The 
deed made to the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company on the 15th day 
of May, 1899, for the part of the Atlantic and Yadkin Railway south of Sanford 
was made upon the express consideration of one million eight hundred thous- 
and ($1,800,000) dollars in bonds of the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad 
Company, payable in fifty (50) years and secured by a deed of trust upon that 
part of the Atlantic and Yadkin Railway Company. These bonds were later 
exchanged by the holders for the bonds of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 
Company. On the same day, the 15th day of May, 1899, the Atlantic and Yad- 
kin Railway Company executed a deed of trust upon the remaining portion of 
its line, that is the part north of Sanford, to the Central Trust Company of 
New York to secure a bond issue of one million five hundred thousand 
($1,500,000) dollars, and provided that these bonds should be delivered to 
H. Walters, Benj. F. Newcomer and others as trustees and that neither the 
said committee nor any member thereof or their assigns should be held ac- 
countable to the company or to the trustees for the said bonds or for the 
disposition or the use of them. These bonds were delivered by these trustees 
to the Southern Railway Company to reimburse it for its part of the purchase 
money advanced at the time of the sale. 



CAPE FEAR AND YADKIN VALLEY RAILROAD. 63 

14 

We find that the Cape Pear and Yadkin Valley Railroad was engaged In 
both interstate and intra-state commerce and that it was a competitor of 
both the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company and the Southern Rail- 
way Company in respect to both interstate and intra-state traffic. That, 
prior to the time it went into the hands of a receiver this company had 
entered into an understanding with the Norfolk and Western Railway to 
connect the lines of the two companies. The Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley 
was to build from Mount Airy to the Virginia State Line and the Norfolk 
and Western was to build an extension from its line to meet this, and in 
1891 the presidents of both of these companies reported to the boards of 
directors of their respective companies that considerable work and grading 
had been done by each of them on their respective parts of this connecting 
link. That in 1892 the Norfolk and Western Railway purchased the Roanoke 
and Southern Railway, running from Roanoke, Virginia, to Winston-Salem. 
North Carolina, and crossing the line of the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley 
Railroad at Walnut Cove in North Carolina, thus connecting the two roads. 
The construction of the connecting link was then abandoned by the Norfolk 
and Western Railway. 

15 

That after acquiring the Roanoke and Southern Railway in 1892 the Nor- 
folk and Western Railway and the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad 
proposed to put into effect the Virginia City gateway rates at Walnut Cove 
and Winston-Salem, and a meeting was appointed for the traffic managers 
of the two lines in New York to perfect that arrangement. This meeting 
was called off by the representatives of the Norfolk and Western Railway a 
few days before it was to have been held and the arrangement was not con- 
summated before the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad went into the 
hands of a receiver in 1894, and was sold as hereinbefore set out. 

If the proposed plan had been perfected of making the Cape Fear and 
Yadkin Valley Railroad and the Norfolk and Western Railway associated 
lines, either by means of extension from Mount Airy or by use of the Roanoke 
and Southern Railway between Roanoke and Walnut Cove, it would have 
resulted in strong competition with the Southern Railway Company and 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad in respect to traffic to and from the west, and 
in great benefit to North Carolina in respect to freight rates from the Western 
territory and in coal rates to North Carolina from the extensive coal mines 
served by the Norfolk and Western Railway. 

The statute under which we made this, investigation does not seem to 
contemplate or require that the Corporation Commission should draw any 
conclusions or make any recommendations in respect to this matter, and we, 
therefore, simply report to you the facts disclosed by this investigation. 

We send herewith, as a part of our report, the evidence in full as taken 
before us, and also send herewith digest of the facts and the law filed with 
us by Hon. A. L. Brooks, who acted as attorney for the Commission in this 
investigation. Respectfully submitted, 

E. L. Travis, Chairman; 
Wm. T. Lee, 
Geo. P. Pell, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Commissioners. 



REPORT OF SPECIAL RATE COMMISSION. 



STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA. 
Executive Department. 

Jno. P. Kerr, Private Secretary. 

Raleigh, August 13, 1914. 
North Carolina Corporation Commission, Raleigh, N. G. 

Gentlemen: — I hereby deliver to you and file with you the report of the 
Special Freight Rate Commission, which report was made in accordance with 
Chapter 20 of the public Laws of the Extra Session of 1913. I attach hereto 
the said report together with the schedule of rates, and my proclamation pro- 
mulgating the same. Yours truly, 

(Signed) Locke Craig, 

Governor. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

State of North Carolina. 

A PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. 

Whereas, The Extra Session of the General Assembly of one thousand nine 
hundred and thirteen did enact a statute "To fix and provide machinery for 
fixing rates to be charged by railroads for transporting freight within the 
State of North Carolina," which statute is Chapter 20 of the Public Laws of 
the Extra Session of 1913; and 

Whereas, Section 4a of said statute provides: "Should any one or more 
of the common carriers affected by the rates prescribed in this act make rep- 
resentation to the Governor of the State that the rates herein provided are, 
or would be confiscatory or unreasonable, and the Governor should be of 
opinion that such complaint is in good faith, and that there is good and 
sufficient reason for investigating the facts, then the Governor shall be, and 
he is hereby empowered to appoint a special commission of not more than 
three persons to immediately investigate the facts, and make report of their 
findings to him. Pending such investigation and report, the Governor is 
hereby authorized to suspend the operation of this act for a period of not 
exceeding sixty days upon the recommendation of the special commission 
herein provided for; and upon similar recommendation made, in order to 
allow time for proper investigation, to make additional suspension for such 
time as the said special commission may recommend as reasonable and nec- 
essary for the completion of the investigation"; and 

Whereas, the common carriers affected by the rates prescribed in the act 
did make representations to the Governor of the State that the rates provided 
in the act are and would be confiscatory and unreasonable, and the Governor 
was of opinion that such complaint was in good faith, and. that there was good 
and sufficient reason for investigating the facts; and 



FREIGHT RATE COMMISSION. 65 

Whereas, in the exercise of the power conferred by the statute, the Gov- 
ernor did appoint a special commission of three persons, to wit: Michael 
Hoke Justice, William Louis Poteat and Alfred A. Thompson to immediately 
investigate the facts and make report of their findings to him; and did from 
time to time suspend the operation of the said statute to allow time for pro- 
per investigation; and 

Whereas, the said special commission, as directed and empowered by the 
said statute has made report to the Governor of their findings, and has fixed 
the rates to be charged by railroads for the transportation of freight within 
the State of North Carolina, which said report and schedule of rates is 
hereto attached, and made part of this proclamation: 

Now, Therefore, I, Locke Craig, Governor of North Carolina, do hereby 
proclaim that the rates so fixed by the said special commission are the 
maximum rates to be charged by the railroads for the transportation of 
freight within the State of North Carolina, whenever the said statute shall 
become operative by the terms thereof, and in accordance with the power 
conferred upon me by the said statute, I do hereby promulgate the said 
report and the said rates fixed therein, and do hereby file the same with 
the Corporation Commission of the State of North Carolina, to become effec- 
tive and operative from and after sixty days from this date, as provided by 
the said statute. 

Done at our city of Raleigh, this the thirteenth day of August, in the year 
of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fourteen, and in the one hundred 
and thirty-ninth year of our American Independence. 

(Signed) Locke Craig, 

(Seal.) Governor. 



REPORT OP THE SPECIAL FREIGHT RATE COMMISSION. 

To His Excellency, Governor Locke Craig, 

Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Sir: — The Commission appointed by your Excellency under the terms of 
the act of the General Assembly of 1913 entitled "An Act to Fix, and Provide 
Machinery for Fixing, Rates to be Charged by Railroads Transporting Freight 
within the State of North Carolina," and ratified October 13, 1913, has the 
honor to present the following report: 

The first hearing of the Commission was held in Raleigh, January 12th, 
and extended to January 22d. The second hearing, likewise held in Raleigh, 
covered the period from April 7th to April 14th. The third and last hearing 
was held in Asheville from July 7th to July 16th. The executive sessions 
of the Commission were begun on July 20th. At the first hearing the Com- 
mission announced that its policy would be to welcome light from any quarter. 
Accordingly, testimony in great detail by the principal public carriers, by 
boards of trade, by various industrial associations, and by individuals has 
been presented and freely admitted to the record. 

In performing the duties assigned to it the Commission has followed the 
general principles of the Act which authorized its appointment. The princi- 
ple of a percentage relationship of the classes recognized in the Act is en- 
Part 1—5 



66 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

dorsed by the Commission, and, as far as is now practical, it has been em- 
ployed in the schedule of rates here announced. 

The Commission has not undertaken to fix local or joint-haul rates on rail- 
roads less than seventy-five miles in length, because section six of the Act 
indicates that the General Assembly intended to refer these rates to a perma- 
nent commission. Accordingly, the rates here reported apply to all railroad 
companies which own, operate, control, or maintain seventy-five or more 
miles of railroad within North Carolina. The shorter lines are so numerous 
and their freight rates so divergent that this Commission respectfully refers 
the fixing of the rates on these roads to the North Carolina Corporation 
Commission, to which under the Act they may at any time appeal; and it is 
recommended that the Corporation Commission fix for these shorter roads 
as near as may be uniform rates on a fair relation with those here fixed for 
the longer roads; that the local and joint-haul rates now in force on these 
short roads be maintained until the Corporation Commission shall have 
opportunity to fix and readjust them; and that the Corporation Commission 
deal with this matter at the earliest possible date. 

This Commission adopts the Southern Classification, and the rates here 
fixed and reported are subject to that Classification, except where lower rat- 
ings are or may be published by the North Carolina Corporation Commission 
in which case the lower ratings shall prevail. 

The rates in the attached schedule are declared to be reasonable maximum 
rates; any rates which are now lower are continued in effect, except that, in 
such isolated cases as may occur, where an advance of not more than one 
cent in a particular class will bring the existing lower rate up to the rate 
here prescribed, such advance is allowed in the interest of uniformity. 

Existing rates on commodities not mentioned in the attached schedule are 
continued in effect. 

When rates are not shown for the exact distance, the charge shall be the 
rate prescribed for the nearest distance. In cases where the haul is equi- 
distant from specified rate distances, the charge shall be that for the next 
higher distance. 

In case one railroad company has two or more routes between given points, 
rates shall be based on the shortest route. On joint hauls lines handling 
the traffic shall base their rates upon the shortest practicable route having 
physical connection. 

For joint hauls over two or more independently controlled railroads under 
the management of companies operating seventy-five or more miles of railroad 
within this State, add the following to the straight mileage rates for the 
total combined distance: 

Per 100 Pounds. 
Class 123456ABCD Other Classes and Commodities. 

5433222222 lc. 

In the absence of an agreed basis of division between roads participating 
in a joint haul, locals shall be used as factors in dividing, after first deduct- 
ing cost of transfer, if any, at interchange point. 

The minimum charge on small shipments shall be for actual weight at the 
tariff rate, but not less than 25 cents for a haul over one road, or 30 cents 
for a joint haul over two roads, or 40 cents for joint haul over three or 
more roads. 



FREIGHT RATE COMMISSION. 67 

Class E articles are here rated 5tb. class. 
Class H articles are here rated 4th class. 

Flour in barrels, heretofore rated Class P, is here rated double Class C per 
barrel; flour in half barrels, same as Class C. 

Class M articles are here rated two-thirds of Class A. 

All which, together with the attached Schedule of Rates, is submitted to 
your Excellency with the greatest deference and respect. 

M. H. Justice, Chairman, 
Ale. A. Thompson, 
W. L. Poteat, 

Commissioners. 



GENERAL RULES. 

(1) These rates are subject to Southern Classification, except where lower 
ratings are or may be published by the North Carolina Corporation Com- 
mission. 

(2) When rates are not shown for the exact distance, the charge shall not 
exceed the rate for the nearest distance. In cases where the haul is equi- 
distant the charge shall be that for the next higher distance. 

(3) When one Railroad Company has two or more routes between given 
points, the rates shall be based on the shortest route. On joint hauls, the 
lines handling the traffic must base their rates upon the shortest practicable 
route having physical connection. 

(4) For joint hauls over two or more independently controlled railroads 
under the management of companies operating 75 or more miles of railroads 
within this State, add the following to the straight mileage rates for the 
combined total distance: 

Per 100 Pounds. 
Class 123456ABCD Other Classes and Commodities. 

5433222222 lc. 

In the absence of an agreed basis of division between roads participating 
in a joint haul, locals shall be used as factors in dividing, after first deducting 
cost of transfer, if any, at interchange point. 

(5) The minimum charge on small shipments shall be for actual weight 
at the tariff rate, but not less than 25 cents for a haul over one road, or 30 
cents for a joint haul over two roads, or 40 cents for joint haul over three 
or more roads. 

Existing rates on commodities not mentioned in this Schedule are continued 
in effect. 

Class E Articles are here rated 5th Class; Class H Articles are here rated 
4th Class. 
Flour in barrels now rated Class F is here rated double C per barrel. 
Flour in half-barrels, same as Class C. 
Class M Articles are here rated two-thirds of Class A. 



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SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT OF FREIGHT RATE COMMISSION. 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. 
Executive Department. 

Raleigh, November 12, 1914. 
Hon. E. L. Travis, Chairman, Raleigh, N. C. 

Dear Sir: — By direction of the Governor I am enclosing you herewith copy 
of a supplemental report made by the Freight Rate Commission which will 
explain itself. Yours very truly, Jno. P. Kerr, 

Private Secretary. 

Raleigh, N. C, September 11, 1914. 
His Excellency, Locke Craig, Governor of North Carolina. 

Dear Sir: — We hereby certify that the Freight Rate Commission in con- 
sidering the lumber schedules settled upon 24,000 pounds as the minimum 
weight on a car of lumber, but it seems that by some mistake 30,000 pounds 
was written in our report to you heretofore made. Therefore we ask that you 
certify the correct minimum weight, to wit: 24,000 pounds to the Corporation 
Commission to the end that it may amend the record accordingly. 

Very truly yours, 

M. H. Justice, Chairman. 
Alf. A. Thompson. 
W. L. Poteat. 



NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 1 



TO SOUTHERN CLASSIFICATION. 
Supersedes North Carolina Classification and Supplements. 

Compiled and promulgated by the Corporation Commission in pursuance 
of report of Special Rate Commission adopting Southern Classification as 
Classification to apply on shipments between points in this State, "except 
where lower ratings are or may be published by the North Carolina Corpora- 
tion Commission." 

Applies to Freight Traffic Between Points Within the State of North 

Carolina. Applicable to all Transportation Companies. 

Subject to Change on Legal Notice. 

Issued October 8, 1914. Effective October 13, 1914. 

GENERAL RULES. 

The reduced rates specified in this Exception Sheet will apply only on 
property shipped subject to the conditions of the carrier's bill of lading, ship- 
per's attention being called hereto. 

Property carried not subject to the conditions of the carrier's bill of lading 
will be at the carrier's liability, limited only as provided by common law 
and by the laws of North Carolina, in so far as they apply. Property thus 
carried will be charged ten (10) per cent higher (subject to a minimum in- 
crease of one (1) cent per hundred pounds) than if shipped subject to the 
conditions of the carrier's bill of lading. 

Minimum Carload Weight. — Unless otherwise specified herein, the minimum 
carload weight of all articles shown herein will be 20,000 pounds, or ten tons. 

A carload of articles enumerated in Class P, except lumber and articles 
taking lumber rates, is 25,000 pounds; a carload of lumber and articles taking 
lumber rates under Class P is 24,000 pounds. 

Where a carload minimum weight is specified in the Southern Classification 
or these exceptions, such minimum weight will apply, regardless of the length 
of the car used. 

Minimum Charge. — The minimum charge on small shipments shall be for 
actual weight at the tariff rate, but not less than 25 cents for a haul over 
one road, or 30 cents for a joint haul over two roads, or 40 cents for joint 
haul over three or more roads. 

Estimated weights to be used when actual weights cannot be ascertained. 

Per 1,000 feet. 

Short-leaf rough pine lumber, seasoned 3,300 lbs. 

Rough spruce lumber, seasoned 2,600 lbs. 

Rough spruce lumber, green 3,000 lbs. 



72 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Weight. 
Hoop poles, staves and headings, dry, car loaded to depth of 50 

inches, per car 24,000 lbs. 

Hoop poles, staves, and headings, green, car loaded to depth of 43 

inches, per car 24,000 lbs. 

Shingles, green, per 1,000 350 lbs. 

Shingles, dry, per 1,000 300 lbs. 

Laths, green, per 1,000 530 lbs. 

Laths, dry, per 1,000 450 lbs. 

Fence posts and rails and telegraph poles, per cord 2,500 lbs. 

Lime, per bushel 80 lbs. 

Coal, per bushel 80 lbs. 

Coke, per bushel 40 lbs. 

Portland cement, per barrel 400 lbs. 

Other cements, per barrel 300 lbs. 

Extra Handling. — The charge for handling extra heavy articles may be as 
follows: 
Under 2,000 lbs., no charge for extra handling. 

For 2,000 lbs. and under 3,000 lbs $3.00 for extra handling. 

For 3,000 lbs. and under 4,000 lbs 5.00 for extra handling. 

For 4,000 lbs. and under 5,000 lbs 7.00 for extra handling. 

For 5,000 lbs. and under 6,000 lbs 8.00 for extra handling. 

For 6,000 lbs. and under 7,000 lbs 10.00 for extra handling. 

For 7,000 lbs. and over, in proportion. 

Allowance for Weight of Standards, Strips, and Supports on Flat Cars 
Loaded With Lumber. 

Allowance for weight of standards, strips, and supports on flat cars loaded 
with lumber shall be as follows: 

(a) Allowance of 500 lbs. per car will be made for weight of standards, 
strips, and supports on carload shipments of lumber loaded on flat or gondola 
cars, but in no case must less than the minimum carload weight specified in 
tariffs be charged for on each car. 

(b) In computing freight charges undes this rule agents will deduct 500 
lbs. from the gross weight of each carload; then subtract the tare weight 
(the weight of car), and extend freight charges on basis of remainder, which 
is the net weight, subject to the minimum carload weight specified in tariffs. 

Reduced Rates on Returned Shipments. 

Shipments of freight moving between points in North Carolina, except 
articles classified First Class or higher, which are not delivered at destination 
shall be returned between points in this State at one-half of the rate applying 
to the reverse direction, provided that the full amount of freight charges in 
both directions shall have been paid or guaranteed by owners, and provided 
further that such return is made within ninety days of arrival at destination. 
Billing for return shipment must show proper reference to the original billing. 
The foregoing shall not apply on machinery, agricultural implements or 
other articles returned for repairs: Provided, however, that the above rule 
shall not operate to reduce the minimum charge on single shipments. 



NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 1. 73 

Estimated Weights on Live Stock, L. G. L. 

Weight Each. 

One horse, mule, or horned animal 2,000 lbs. 

Two horses, mules, or horned animals 3,500 lbs. 

Each additional horse, mule, or horned animal 1,000 lbs. 

Stallions, jacks, and bulls 3,000 lbs. 

Yearling cattle 1,000 lbs. 

Calves, sheep, and goats 175 lbs. 

Calves and sheep, in lots of five or more, crated, actual weight 

but not less than 150 lbs. 

Lambs and kids, crated, actual weight, but not less than 100 lbs. 

Lambs, in lots of five or more, crated, actual weight, but not 

less than 75 lbs. 

Hogs, for market, crated, actual weight, but not less than 350 lbs. 

Pigs and stock hogs, crated, actual weight, but not less than. . . . 125 lbs. 
Pigs, hogs, sheep, crated, actual weight, but not less than. . . .actual weight. 
Donkeys, colts, and ponies, crated, each, actual weight, but not 

less than 1,000 lbs. 

Race horses, stallions, jacks, bulls and other high-priced animals, when 
shippers are not willing to have the same transported at valuations as per 
classification, will be taken only at the following rates on valuation given: 

Value from $150 to $400, add to regular rate 30 per cent. 
Value from $400 to $600, add to regular rate 40 per cent. 
Value from $600 to $800, add to regular rate 60 per cent. 
Value from $800 to 1,000 add to regular rate 100 per cent. 
Over $1,000, subject to special rate by contract. 

Sucking calves accompanying cows will be charged for at rate for single 
calves. 

Sucking colts accompanying mares will be charged for at double the rate 
for single calves. 

The word "calves" used in these rules and regulations applies only to 
calves under twelve months old; and the words "yearling cattle" to cattle 
over twelve months and under eighteen months old. 

One, two, or three cars of livestock will entitle the owner or his agent to 
be carried free to point of destination of consignment on the train with the 
stock to care for the same; four to seven cars, inclusive, belonging to one 
owner, two men in charge, and eight cars or more belonging to one owner, 
three men in charge, which number is the maximum number of attendants 
that will be carried free for one shipment. 

Return transportation not given to owners, agents, or attendants. 



74 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



Rates named in tariffs applying between points in North Carolina are 
governed by the Southern Classification, with the exceptions contained, herein. 

Explanation of Characters. 

S. stands for Special. 

S. U. stands for Set Up. 

L. C. L. stands for Less Than Car-load. 

C. L. stands for Car-load. 

N. O. S. stands for Not Otherwise Specified. 

K. D. stands for Knocked Down. 

O. R. B. stands for Owner's Risk of Breakage. 

O. R. L. stands for Owner's Risk of Leakage. 

O. R. C. stands for Owner's Risk of Chafing. 



1 stands for First Class. 

2 stands for Second Class. 

3 stands for Third Class. 

4 stands for Fourth Class. 

5 stands for Fifth Class. 

6 stands for Sixth Class. 
iy 2 stands for 1V 2 Times First Class. 
D 1 stands for Double First Class. 

3 T 1 stands for Three Times First Class. 

4 T 1 stands for Four Times First Class. 
B, C, D, E, F, H, J,JK, L, M, N, O, and P stand for Classes A, B, C, D, E, F, H, J, 



K, L, M, N, O. and P, respectively. 



A Class if 

Released 
Acid Phosphate and Dissolved Bone; 

same as Fertilizer. 
Acids (see Rule 39, So. Classincn.), 
viz. : 
Acetic, glacial or liquid, in carboys, 

L. C. L 2 

Carbolic, in glass or earthenware, 

packed 3 

Carbonic, in iron drum, C. L 6 

Agricultural Implements, C. L., own- 
ers to load and unload, viz. : 
Elevators, for cotton, manufactured 

of iron and wood, K. D. ..... . 4 

Plow Beams, in bdls A 

Plow Handles, boxed, crated, or in 

bdls P 

Agricultural Implements, L. C. L. 
Cotton Choppers; same as Cultiva- 
tors. 

Cultivators, K. D., packed 4 

Diggers, potato; same as Plows, N. 
O. S. 

Drills (two-horse), grain, S. U 1 

Forks, hay and manure, in bundles. 3 
Harrows of all kinds, and Harrow 

Frames 4 

Harvesters and Pickers, cotton. ... 1 

Machines, smut 3 

Manure Spreaders, S. U. . . , 1 

Mills, sorghum 4 

Mowing and Reaping Machines, 
Binders and Harvesters, 
whether combined or separated, 

S. U 1 

Planters, potato; same as Plows. 
Plow Handles, boxed, crated, or in 

bundles A 

Plow Beams, in bundles A 

Plow Parts, iron; see Iron and Steel 
Articles. 

Plow Singletrees 5 

Plows, gang and sulky, K. D 4 

Plows, N. O. S., set up 2 

Same, K. D 4 

Presses, cider 4 

Presses, hay and cotton, K. D 4 

Rakes, hand, in bundles 3 

Rakes, horse, S. U 1 

Same, K. D . well packed 3 

Scythes, in bundles 2 

Tedders, horse, same as Rakes, horse. 
Wheels, agricultural implement, iron 5 
Wood, in shape for implements, N. 
O. S., boxed, crated, or in bun- 
dles 4 

Alcohol, wood, in wood 4 

Ale, Beer. Porter, and Coca-Cola Pack- 
ages, empty, returned, will take 
same rate in any quantity as 
applies on Coca-Cola, car-load, 
in the same class of package in 



Class if 
Ale, Beer, etc. — Continued. Released 

the reverse direction. The rate 
not to be higher in any case 
than on new packages. 
Alum, lump or ground, in barrels or 

casks . . , 6 

Alum, N. O. S 4 

Aluminum Alloy Metal, in boxes or 

crates, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Aluminum, chloride of (liquid), in 

barrels or carboys, C. L 5 

Ammonia, viz. : 

Aqua, in glass, packed 4 

Aqua, in iron casks 5 

Antimony, metal 4 

Apples ; see Fruit. 

Argol, in boxes, barrels, or casks .... 4 
Arsenic, crude, in kegs, boxes, or bar- 
rels 3 

Asbestos Products, viz. : 

Fire Felt Pipe Covering, in sections 
or sheets, boxed or crated, L. 

C. L 5 

Fire Felt Pipe Covering, C. L 6 

Mill Board; same as Packing. 
Molded Sectional Covering Pipe, in 

crates or boxes, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Packing, pipe, in reels, rolls, or 

cases, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Roof Coating, in kegs, kits, or bar- 
rels, value limited to 20 cents 

per gallon, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Roofing, in rolls, crated or in cases, 

any quantitv 6 

N. O. S., L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Ashes, cotton seed; same as Fertilizer. 
Ashes, tan- bark ; same as Fertilizer. 
Asphaltum, packed, C. L A 

B 

Backhands, made of cotton webbing; 

see Dry Goods. 
Bags, viz. : 

Burlap or gunny 6 

Cotton 5 

Paper 6 

Bags, second-hand, empty, returned, 
cement, clay, grain, fertilizer, 
plaster, and cottonseed meal, 
made of cotton, burlap, gunny, 

or jute, in bundles A 

Bananas; see Fruit. 
Bark, viz. : 

Ground, in bags A 

Tan, packed, L. C. L., 20 per cent 
higher than Class K. 



NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 1. 



75 



Glass if 
Bark — Continued. Released 

Tan, C. L., minimum when cars of 
36 feet in length or over are 
used, 24,000 lbs.; cars under 
36 feet in length, 20,000 lbs. ; 
same as Lumber, common. 
Bark Extract, for tanning only, C. L. 6 
Barns, tobacco, material, wooden. ... A 

Same, C. L O 

Barrel Material (cooperage stock), 

lumber rates. 
Barrels, half -barrels, and kegs, empty, 
viz. : 
Water, molasses, oil, turpentine, tar, 
and vinegar, kraut, pickle, coca- 
cola, cider, lard, and whiskey, 
estimated weight 75 lbs. each, 

L. C. L 5 

Ale and Beer; estimated weights; 
barrels, 100 lbs. ; half-barrels, 
50 lbs. ; kegs and quarter-bar- 
rels, 30 lbs. ; eighth-barrels, 20 

lbs E 

N. O. S., C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs. 6 
Barrels, empty, returned, viz. : 

Bark Extract, returned over same 
route as forwarded filled, pre- 
paid, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs. 6 
Barrels or Tierces, lard, returned 
by same route as forwarded 

filled, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs. 6 
Base Boards; Lumber rates. 
Baskets, viz.: 

Cotton, folding (wooden rim with 
burlap body), viz. : 

Set up, nested, L. C. L 1 

K. D., packed or in bundles, L. 

C. L 5 

Set up or K. D., packed or in 

bundles, C. L 6 

Tobacco, wood splint without tops 
or handles, nested, in bundles 
of not less than three baskets. 2 
Batting, cotton, viz.: 

Pressed in bales or packed and cov- 
ered 4 

N. O. S 2 

Beans, viz. : 

Castor, dry, in barrels or sacks. ... 5 
N. O. S., dried, in barrels and sacks 5 
Velvet or Soja; same as Cow Peas. 

Bee-hives, K. D., crated 6 

Belting, viz. : 

Cotton, in rolls or boxed or crated. 4 

Rubber 3 

Blacking, harness, shoe, and stove, in 

glass, packed 3 

Blacking, harness, shoe, and stove, ex- 
cept in glass, packed 4 

Blinds, Doors, and Frames, L. C. L. . . 4 
Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs. 6 
Blocks, viz. : 

Butchers', wooden 5 

Concrete Building, L. C. L K 

Same, C. L P 

Bluestone or Blue Vitriol, N. O. S., in 

barrels or casks 5 

Boats, viz. : 

Common, wooden, L. C. L D 1 

Common, wooden, when flat cars are 

required, C. L 5 

Row, when flat car is required, min. 

wt. 10,000 lbs 2 

Row, when two flat cars are re- 
quired, min. wt. 10,000 lbs. to 

each car 2 

Row, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs.. . . 3 
Steam Yachts, min. wt. 10,000 lbs.. 2 
Entirely taken apart and K. D. flat, 

crated or boxed, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 16,000 lbs. 3 



Class if 
Released 
Bobbin or Spool Heads, in sacks or 
packed in boxes 2 feet by 2 feet 

by 4 feet A 

Bobbins or Spools, complete, packed. . 5 

Boiler Compounds 4 

Bones, Rags, Scrap Iron, when in 
mixed C. L., not less than 20,- 
000 lbs. to be charged for. . . . A 
Bowling Alleys, in bundles, crates, or 

boxes, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Box Material or Shooks, wooden, for 
the manufacture of packing 
cases or crates (not including 
cigar box material) ; same as 
Common Lumber. 
Boxes, empty, viz. : 

Paper, not nested, packed, L. C. L. . iy 2 
Paper, folding, K. D., packed, L. 

C. L 3 

Paper, packed, C. L., min. wt. 8,- 

000 lbs 4 

Refrigerator Boxes, L. C. L 4 

Brass, viz. : 

Scrap, packed 5 

Brick, to be charged for at actual 
weight, viz. : 

Bath 5 

Common, L. C. L. ; 20 per cent 
higher than C. L. 

Fire and Vitrified, C. L O 

Brick, hollow, and Tile, building and 
roofing, in straight or mixed 

C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs K 

Brimstone; same as Fertilizer when 
for use as fertilizer. 

In barrels, L. C. L 5 

Broomcorn, compressed, L. C. L 3 

Broomcorn, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs. 5 
Broomcorn and Broom Handles, mixed 

C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Building Material, wood, mixed C. L. 
of doors, sash, frames, blinds, 
flooring, sills, weather-boarding, 
scantling, or rough or finished 

lumber, C. L O 

Note. — The above classification will 
not apply on straight or mixed 
car-loads of sash, doors, and 
blinds only. 

Bulbs, flower, L. C. L 2 

Same, C. L 4 

Burlaps (not burlap bags, for which 

see Bags) 6 

Butter (in common or refrigerator 
cars), viz.: 

In cans, boxed or crated 3 

In cans, N. O. S 2 

In kegs, firkins, buckets, pails, and 

tubs 3 

Butterine and Oleomargarine; same 
as Butter. 

C 
Cabinets, cracker, K. D. flat, C. L. . . 4 
Same, N. O. S., S. U., crated or 

boxed, C. L 2 

Canned Beef and Pork; see Meats. 
Canned Goods (not including Con- 
densed Milk), N. O. S., L.C.L. 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Cans, empty, viz. : 

Fruit, entirely boxed or crated, L. 

C. L 3 

Lard, entirely boxed or crated, L. 

C. L 3 

Meat, tin (used for packing meats), 

when returned 4 

Roving, leatheroid, fiber, paper, or 
tin, for cotton or woolen mills, 
in straight C. L., or with mixed 



76 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



Class if 
Cans — Continued. Released 

C. L. of cotton or woolen mill 
machinery, min. wt. 20,000 lbs. 6 
Carpeting, viz. : 

Wood, unfinished, in bundles, 36 

inches long or under, L. C. L. . 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Wood, N. O. S., in boxes or crates, 

L. C. L 3 

Wood, N. O. S., C. L 5 

Cartridges, metallic or paper (not high 

explosives), boxed, C. L 5 

Casings ; Lumber rates. 
Ceiling, wooden ; Lumber rates. 
Cellulose, in boxes or sacks, L. C. L. . 1 
Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs. 4 
Cement, viz. : 

N. O. S., in barrels or sacks, L. C. 
L., 20 per cent higher than 
C. L. rate. 
Cement, in bags or barrels, esti- 
mated weight: Portland, 400 
lbs.; N. O. S., 300 lbs.; per 
barrel, car-loads, 40,000 lbs. 

minimum K 

Cement, in bags or barrels, and 
Lime, in barrels, mixed, C. L., 
min. wt. 24,000 lbs.; same as 
Cement, C. L. 
Plaster; same as Cement. 
Roofing; see Roofing. 
Charcoal, viz. : 

Charcoal, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs. L 
In sacks, barrels, or casks, L. C. L. A 
Cheese (in common or refrigerator 

cars) 4 

Chocolate, value limited to 20 cents 

per pound 3 

Churns, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs.. . 6 
Chutes and Tipples, coal, K. D., man- 
ufactured of iron and -wood, 

L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Cigarettes, viz. : 

In wooden boxes, strapped or with 

end rabbeted 2 

In fiberboard or strawboard pack- 
ages (as described in Rule 9, 
Southern Classification), with 
all flaps firmly glued and fur- 
ther sealed with paper sea'ing 
strip covering the box where 

the outer flaps meet 2 

In boxes, N. O. S 1% 

Cigars, boxed and strapped, corded 
and sealed, with cording pass- 
ing through each and every 
board and over each and every 

seam, in boxes i 

Clay, viz. : 

Burnishing, packed 5 

Fire, L. C. L., packed K 

Same, C. L P 

N. O. S., in boxes, barrels, casks, or 

sacks, L. C. L 6 

N. O. S., C. L. ; same as Brick, fire, 
C. L. 
Clothes Props, boxed or crated, L C L. 4 
Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs. 6 
Coal and Coke, in boxes, barrels, casks 

or sacks, L. C. L K 

Coal Tar, in barrels, L. C. L A 

Coal Tar, C. L K 

Coffee, green, double sacks 6 

Coffin Stock, wooden, K. D., manufac- 
tured of pine, poplar, or other 
common woods, dressed, but 
not further finished, in crates 

or bundles, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L A 



Class if 
Released 

Confectionery, viz. : 

Candy, value limited to 20 cents per 
pound, and so expressed in bill 

of lading 4 

Candy, value limited to 6 cents per 
pound, and so expressed in bill 
of lading 6 

Cooperage Stock ; Lumber rates. 

Copper, scrap, packed 5 

Copper, sulphate of ; same as Bluestone. 

Copperas, in barrels or casks 6 

Cornices and Ornamental Work for 
Buildings, made of sheet or 
stamped metal, plain, galvan- 
ized or painted, viz. : 

Boxed or crated, L. C. L 1 

Boxed or crated or loose, C. L., min. 

wt. 10,000 lbs 2 

Corundum, crude, in casks, barrels, or 
sacks, value limited to 4 cents 
per pound, C. L. ; same as Iron, 
special. 

Cotton, viz. : 
Unginned, packed in bags, 2,000 lbs. 

and over, L. C. L 5 

N. O. S., in bales; see Special rates. 

Cotton Factory Products Samples, in 

boxes or tablets 2 

Cotton Goods. See Dry Goods. 

Cottonseed Hulls and Meal, mixed, or 
in mixed car-loads, or in less 
than car-loads ; same as Cotton- 
seed Meal. 

Cottonseed Hulls, Meal, Ashes, and Oil 
Cake; see Fertilizers. 

Cotton Sweepings or Motes (refuse of 
cotton spinning factories, knit- 
ting mills, or cottonseed oil 
mills) A 

Covers, viz. : 

Bottle, paper, straw, or wooden, 
packed or pressed in bales, L. 

C. L 3 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs. 6 

Crackers, L. C. L 4 

Crackers, C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs. 5 

Cracker Meal and Dust; same as 
Crackers. 

Creameries, packed or wrapped 3 

Cream Tartar, in boxes or kegs 2 

Cream Tartar, in barrels or hogsheads 3 

Crossties; Lumber rates. 

D 

Decoy Ducks, wooden, in crates or 

cases 3 

Same, canvas 1 

Dental Goods, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L 3 

Dextrine, in barrels, L. C. L 4 

Dressing, belt, in wood or in cans, 

boxed 4 

Dry Goods, viz. : 
Cotton Factory Products, in the orig- 
inal piece, made wholly of cot- 
ton, in bales, O. R. of chafing, 
or packed in rolls covered with 
burlap, or in boxes, viz. : Back- 
bands made of cotton webbing, 
Calicoes, Cambrics, glazed ; Can- 
ton Flannels, plain or dyed ; 
Canvas, Cottonades, Checks, 
domestic; Cheviots, domestic; 
Cotton Bags, Cotton Bagging 
(including brown cotton bag- 
ging), Cotton Towels, Cotton 
Waste, Crash, linen or cotton ; 
Denims, Drills, Duck, Ging- 
hams, domestic; Jeans; Jeans, 
corset ; Kerseys, Osnaburgs, 
Plaids, Rope, Sack Material, 



NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 1 



77 



Class if 
Dry Goods — Continued. Released 
Sheetings, bleached or brown; 
Shirting, Silesia, Stripes, do- 
mestic; Teazle Cloth, Tickings, 
Twine, Warp, Webbing, back- 
band ; Wicking, Yarn 5 

Same, unless conditions above 
named are complied with ; same 
as Dry Goods, N. O. S. 
Felts, cotton (not batting), in bales 5 

Hosiery, cotton 5 

Jute Canvas, when specific name of 
article and name of shipper are 
plainly marked on outside of 
package, and stated in shipping 
receipt or bill of lading, in 
bales, O. R. C, or in boxes. ... 5 

E 
Embalming Fluid, in glass or jugs, 

packed .' . . . 1 

Same, in barrels or kegs 4 

Envelopes, packed 2 

Excelsior, pressed in bales, C. L., min. 
wt. 20,000 lbs.; Class O plus 
10 per cent. 

F 
Fertilizer Material, viz. : 

Ammonia, sulphate of ; Blood, dried ; 
Bones ; Castor Pomace, in bags ; 
Potash, muriate of; Potash, sul- 
phate of ; Fish Scrap ; Slate, 
rotten ; Soda, nitrate of ; Syl- 
vinit; Hoof Meal, in bags or in 
bulk; Manure, bat, bird, or 
sheep ; Manure Salts, in bags 
or in bulk; Tankage; Acid 
Phosphate, in bulk; Kainit, in 
bulk; Hardsaltz, in bulk; min. 
C. L. 25 tons or 50,000 lbs.; 
10 per cent less per ton than 
the rate on Fertilizer. 
Same, L. C. L. ; Fertilizer rates. 
Fertilizer, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs.: 

Fertilizers. — This term embraces the 
following and like articles: 
Ammonia sulphate, bone black, 
bones, ground or dissolved ; 
castor pomace, or fish scrap, 
guanos, altovella, fish, Navassa, 
Navassa lump, Peruvian solu- 
ble Pacific, nitrate cake, plaster 
of Paris; potash, German salts 
of, muriate of, sulphate of ; 
salt, cake, lump, and ground 
phosphate; soda, nitrate of and 
sulphate of ; tank 'stuff. For 
additional articles taking Fer- 
tilizer rates see Southern Class- 
ification. 
Fertilizers, L. C. L., packed, 20 per 

cent higher than car-load. 
Fiber, viz. : 

Palmetto, pressed in bales, L. C. L. 6 

Plastering 1 , hair or wood, pressed in 
bales or in bags compressed in 

bundles, C. L 6 

L. C. L., 20 per cent higher than 
car-load. 
Fish, viz. : 

In cans, boxed, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Dry, salted, packed, N. O. S. . . . . . . 5 

Dry, salted, in boxes, value limited 

to 5 cents per pound 6 

Fresh, packed, collect, freight guar- 
anteed by shipper, L. C. L. . . . 2 

Fresh, at O. R., in refrigerator cars. 
C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs., 5 
cents per 100 lbs. higher than 
Class B. 



Class if 
Fish — Continued. Released 

Pickled or salted, in barrels, half- 
barrels, kegs, or kits 6 

Fittings, iron pipe; see Iron and Steel 

Articles. 
Flooring ; Lumber rates. 
Flour, viz. : 

N. O. S., in sacks, O. R. of wet and 
waste, estimated weight in one- 
half -barrel sacks, 98 lbs.; in 
one-fourth-barrel sacks, 49 lbs. ; 
in one-eighth-barrel sacks, 24% 
lbs. ; except that when actual 
weight is clearly shown to be 
less, only actual weight is to 
be charged for. Shipments of 
flour in any except usual size 
sacks as named above, in all 
cases to be charged for at act- 
ual weight. Bills of lading and 
waybills must show number of 
sacks of each weight contained 

in shipment C 

Food Preservative, packed 3 

Forges, portable 3 

Freezers, ice-cream 3 

Fruit, in cans, boxed, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Fruit, dried, L. C. L., viz. : 

Apples 4 

Berries, N. O. S 4 

Currants 3 

Peaches 4 

Pears ; same as Apples. 

N. O. S 3 

Fruit, dried, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs. 6 
Fruit, green, viz. : 

Apples. — Mixed C. L. of Apples, 
Beets, Cabbage, Onions, Pota- 
toes, and Turnips may be taken 
at the same rate as straight 
C. L. of either article. 

Bananas, loose or in paper sacks, 

lots less than 2,000 lbs. prepaid 1% 

Bananas, loose or in paper sacks, 
lots of 2,000 lbs. or over, but 
less than 10,000 lbs., prepaid. 1 

Bananas, loose or in paper sacks, 
lots of 10,000 lbs. or over, pre- 
paid or guaranteed, L. C. L. . . 2 

Berries, N. O. S., prepaid .1 

Cranberries 3 

Grapes, L. C. L., prepaid 1 

Grapes, in casks or barrels, for wine 

purposes, L. C. L 5 

Grapes, in casks or barrels, for wine 
purposes, C. L., min. wt. 24,- 
000 lbs 6 

Lemons 2 

Oranges, packed in .cylindrical orange 
boxes, 20 per cent higher than 
rate charged for oranges pack- 
ed in boxes of standard size 
and shape. 

Oranges, N. O. S 2 

Furnaces, viz. : 

Clay, pail-shaped, loose, L. C. L. . . 6 

Clay, pail-shaped, released, C. L. ; 
same as Brick, fire, C. L. 
Furniture, N. O. S., in the white; 

same as Finished Furniture. 
Furniture, C. L.', viz. : 

Chairs, finished, K. D., C. L., min. 

wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Chairs in the white, K. D., C. L., 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Chairs, Settees, and Stools, N. O. S., 

C. L., min. wt. 8,000 lbs 4 

Chair Stuff or Stock, N. O. S., parts 
not joined together, in the 
rough, or in the white, min. 
wt. 20,000 lbs 6 



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Class if 
Furniture — Continued. Released 

Chair Stock, wood, viz.: Bent arms, 
in crates or bundles, brace 
arms in sacks, in the rough, 

any quantity A 

Refrigerators and Ice Chests, stain- 
ed, min. wt. 12,000 lbs 4 

Safes or Cabinets, meat or kitchen, 
K. D. or S. U., C. L. 12,000 

lbs. min 4 

N. O. S., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 4 

Furniture, all kinds, finished or in the 
white, taking Fourth Class or 
lower when in straight car- 
loads; in mixed car-load, 12,- 

000 lbs. min 4 

Furniture, L. C. L., viz.: 

Bedsteads, folding, crated or boxed. 2 
Bedsteads, N. O. S., wrapped or 

crated 3 

Bureaus and Chiffoniers, wrapped 

or crated 3 

Cabinets, kitchen, tin; same as 

Safes, kitchen. 
Chairs, and reclining, upholstered, 

S. U 1 % 

Chair Stock, wood, viz. : Bent arms in 

• crates or bundles, brace arms 

in sacks, in the rough, any 

quantity A 

China Closets, wrapped, crated, or 

boxed 1 

Church Furniture, wrapped or crat- 
ed, S. U 1 

Same, K. D 3 

Cots, S. U 2 

Cots, K. D. or folded 3 

Cribs, K. D. or folded 3 

Desks and Seats, school, S. U. or 

folded 3 

Same, K. D 4 

Desks, N. O. S., wrapped or crated. 2 
Frames, bureau glass, in bundles. . 2 

Frames, lounge, S. U 1 

Racks, hat, wrapped or crated, S. U. 1 

Same, K. D. or folded 2 

Refrigerators and Ice Chests, stained 3 
Safes, pantry, meat, or kitchen, S.U. 1 
Sofas, N. O. S., and tete-a-tetes, 

wrapped or crated 1 

Stands, hall, wrapped or crated. . . 3 
Tables, wrapped or crated, S. U. . . . 1 

Tables, K. D. flat 3 

Table Legs, Slides, Leaves, and Sup- 
ports 3 

Wardrobes, wrapped or crated, S. U. 1 

Same, K. D 3 

Washstands, wrapped or crated. ... 3 
N. O. S., wrapped or crated, S. U. . . . 1 
N. O. S., wrapped or crated or 

boxed, K. D. 3 

Furniture not included in foregoing 
lists, viz. : 
Bedsteads, iron or brass, C. L., min. 

wt. 12,000 lbs 4 

Bookcases, S. U., wrapped or crated 1 
Chairs, wood, with cane, splint, rat- 
tan, reed, willow, bamboo, or 
solid wooden seats, whether 
manufactured of common or 

hardwood, S. U 1 

Same, K. D., boxed, crated, or 

wrapped in bundles 2 

Chairs, barber, dental, or surgical, 

S. U., boxed or crated 1V 2 

Chairs and Stepladder, combination, 

S.U 1 % 

Same, K. D., in bundles 1 

Fixtures, store, as described on 
pages 38 and 39 of Supplement 
4 to Southern Classification, 

C. L. 12,000 lbs. min 1 

Same, L. C. L 3 



Class if 
Furniture — Continued. Released 

Mattresses, shuck, excelsior, straw, 

cotton, or shoddy 3 

Poles and Rods, curtain, viz. : 

In the rough, in boxes, crates, or 

bundles, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs. 6 

In the white, L. C. L 4 

Same, packed or in rolls, strapped 
or securely tied in bundles (C. 
L. shipments may be taken 

loose) A 

Refrigerator or Cooling-room Mate- 
rial in complete sets, K. D., 

min. wt. 15,000 lbs. each 4 

Springs, bed and furniture, com- 
pressed and packed in barrels, 

casks, or boxes 3 

Springs, bed, spiral or coil, com- 
pressed and crated 3 

Stands or Racks, music, viz. : 

Bamboo, reed, or willow, crated 

or boxed 1 Vz 

Iron or wood, wrapped, crated or 

boxed, S. U 1 

Iron or wood, K. D. flat, wrap- 
ped, crated, or boxed 3 

Stands, revolving, display, wooden, 
viz. : 

Boxed or crated, S. U 1 

Boxed or crated, K. D., shelves, 

caps and bases taken off 2 

Stools, piano 1 

Table Rims (not veneered), packed 

or securely tied together A 

Fustic, extract, in barrels or casks. . . 5 

G 

Ginger, in bags 3 

Ginseng 1 

Glass and Glassware, viz. : 

Battery Jars, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 

lbs 6 

Bottles, viz. : 

Common, packed, L. C. L 4 

Common, packed, C. L 5 

Common, packed, in bulk, C. L., 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Carboys, viz. : 

Empty, L. C. L 3 

Emptv, returned, C. L., min. wt. 

15,000 lbs 6 

Cathedral, viz. : 

Rough, framed or leaded, in pack- 
ages, O. R. B., L. C. L 1 

Colored, stained, decorated, enam- 
eled, ground, figured, or etched, 

L. C. L 1 

Chimneys, C. L., min. wt. 16,000 

lbs 4 

Fruit Jars, common, packed, L. C. L. 4 
Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs. 5 
Glass, broken or cullett, in pack- 
ages, C. L A 

Insulators, packed 4 

Mirrors, viz. : 

Over 7 x 12 feet, packed; special 

contract. 
Over 3 feet, not exceeding 7 x 12 

feet, packed 2 

Three feet or under, packed 3 

Plate and Polished Wired Glass, . 
boxed, viz. : 
Over 7V 2 feet wide or over 15 
feet Ions;, outside measurement 
(subject to a minimum charge 
• of 5,000 lbs. at the First Class 
rate on each consignment), 
(carrier's option), owners to 

load and unload, L. C. L 3 T 1 

Not over 7% feet wide nor over 
15 feet long, outside measure- 
ment, L. C. L 1 



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Class if 
Glass — Continued. Released 

All sizes, C. L 3 

Showcases, entirely boxed (not tak- 
en unless entirely boxed) 1% 

Window Glass, viz. : 

Common, 80 united inches in di- 
mensions or under, L. C. L. . . . 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Over 80 united inches in dimen- 
sions, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L 4 

Note. — "United inches" means the 
length and breadth of the pack- 
age added together. 
Glucose Refuse or Gluten Meal, when 
shipped to fertilizer manufac- 
turers, C. L. ; same as Fertil- 
izer. 

Glue, liquid, in glass, boxed 2 

Glycerine, in barrels or casks or iron 

drums 4 

Grain, in bulk, C. L D 

Graphite, crude, C. L P 

Grate Bars (each shipment weighing 
200 lbs. or over, whether in 

one or more pieces) A 

Grates, parts of, viz. : 

Baskets, packed 4 

Fronts, Fenders, and Frames, loose. 3 
Fronts, Fenders, and Frames, packed 4 
Gravel, C. L., min. wt. 40,000 lbs.; 40 

per cent less than Class L. 
Gravestones ; see Monuments. 
Grease, viz. : 

Axle, all kinds 6 

N. O. S., in barrels or kegs 5 

Grindstone Frames, with or without 
Grindstones, K. D. or tied in 

bundles, L. C. L 3 

Same, in straight C. L. or in 
mixed C. L. with Grindstones. 6 

Grindstones, L. C. L 6 

Grindstones, not mounted, C. L A 

Grits, in bags ; same as Cornmeal. 

Gum, chewing 4 

H 

Hair, cattle, for plastering, pressed in 

bales 4 

Handles, viz. : 

Brooms, boxed, crated, or in bun- 
dles, L. 0. L A 

Brooms, C. L P 

Broom Handles and Broom Corn, 
mixed C. L. ; see Broom Corn. 
N. O. S., boxed or crated, L. C. L. . . A 

N. O. S., C. L P 

Hay, Fodder, and Straw, pressed in 

bales, L. C. L 6 

Same, in mixed C. L. with grain, 
millstuff, bran, shorts, or ship- 
stuff, min. wt. 20,000 lbs D 

Heading and Heading Bolts; Lumber 
rates. 

Hemp, in bales 3 

Hemp Stalks, in bales or bundles. . : . 5 

Hides, scrap (raw hide) 6 

Hides, viz. : 

Hides, dry, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 

lbs 5 

Skins, N. O. S., Furs and Peltries, 
value limited to 25 cents per 

lb., in bags 1 

Same, pressed in bales 2 

Hods, brick or mortar, wooden, S. U. . 3 

Same, K. D 5 

Hogsheads, empty, prepaid 2 

Hogshead, tobacco, galvanized sheet- 
iron, K. D., L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs. 6 
Hominy, in bags; same as Meal, corn. 
Hominy, flake; same as Meal, oat. 



Class if 
Released 
Honey, viz. : 

In comb, boxed 3 

In glass or tin, boxed 3 

In barrels or kegs 5 

Hoofs and Horns, C. L A 

Hoop Poles ; Lumber rates. 
Hoop Splits ; Lumber rates. 
Hoops, N. O. S. ; Lumber rates. 

Horses, stitching, crated, S. U 1 

Household Goods and Old Furniture, 
viz. : 
Household Goods and Old Furni- 
ture, well packed, value limited 
to $5 per 100 lbs. in case of 
loss or damage, and so ex- 
pressed in bill of lading, L.C.L. 4 
Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs. N 
Household Goods and Old Furniture 
with Live Stock: 
Household Goods and Old Furni- 
ture, with not exceeding five 
head of Live Stock, one attend- 
ant to have free passage on 
same train as car (shipper's 
option), value limited to $5 
per 100 lbs. in case of loss or 
damage, and so expressed in 
bill of lading, C. L., min. wt. 

20,000 lbs N 

Houses, portab"e, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Hulls, cottonseed, in bulk, C. L. ; see 

Fertilizers. 
Hulls, cottonseed, in bags, barrels, or 

casks; see Fertilizers. 
Husks or Shucks, compressed in bales, 

L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs. K 

I 

Ice, prepaid or guaranteed, C. L , min. 

wt. 20.000 lbs. (see Note) ... L 
Note. — With shipments of ice in 
C. L. lots 1,000 lbs. of sawdust, 
chaff, or other packing will be 
allowed free. 
Ice, L. C. L., packed (or in quantities 
not less than five tons, un- 
packed), prepaid or guaran- 
teed; 25 per cent per 100 lbs. 
higher than C. L. 
Ink, viz. : 

Printing, in other than wooden ves- 
sels 3 

Writing Fluid, in glass or stone, 

boxed 3 

Iron and Steel Articles, boxed or crat- 
ed, N. O. S 2 

Iron and Steel Articles (not boxed or 

crated unless so specified), viz.: 

Blooms and Billets, steel, per ton of 

2,240 lbs., C. L. ; same as Pig 

Iron, per ton of 2,268 lbs., C.L. 

Booths, viz. : 

Voting, L. C. L 2 

Same, C. L 5 

Boxes, safe-deposit, L. C. L 2 

Boxes and Skeins, viz. : 

Wagon Axle, shipped on axles, 
said axles loose or in bundles. . 6 
Brackets, shelf, steel, N. O. S., L. 

C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Brakes, wajon, packed in barrels, 

L. C. L 5 

Car Spring Plates and Journal Box 

Lids 6 

Castings, viz. : 

In kegs, barrels, casks, or crates 
(not machinery or sewing ma- 
chines) 5 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



Class if 
Iron and Steel — Continued. Released 
Unpacked (not machinery, parts 
thereof), each piece weighing 
under 200 lbs 5 

Ceiling, viz. : 

In boxes, bundles, or rolls, O. R. 
of wet and rust, L. C. L 5 

Chain Belting, packed in casks or 
barrels, value limited to 2 cents 
per lb 6 

Chain Belting, N. O. S., in boxes, 

barrels, or kegs 5 

Chains, viz. : 

Cable 5 

Loose 3 

Covers, man-hole, packed and con- 
tents described, or in bundles, 
wired 5 

Dog Irons, cast, value limited to 2 
cents per lb. ; same as Castings. 

Fencing, expanded iron 5 

Fenders, for street cars, L. C. L. . . . 3 
Same, C. L 6 

Flue, iron ; same as Sheet Iron. 

Forgings, in kegs, N. O. S 5 

Gutters, hanging, galvanized, not 

nested, L. C. L 1 

Hinges, in boxes, contents marked 

or stenciled thereon 4 

Hinges and Hooks, in kegs, barrels, 
or casks, contents marked or 
stenciled thereon 5 

Hods, brick or mortar, S. U 3 

Same, K. D 5 

Hydrants, Fire Plugs, and Water 

Gates, cast iron, L. C. L 4 

Ingots, steel; same as Blooms and 
Billets, steel. 

Iron, sulphate of, shipped to fertil- 
izer factories ; see Fertilizers. 

Kettles or Pans, large, cast iron. ... 4 

Knuckles, steel parts of patent car 
couplers ; see Special Iron. 

Lap Rings; see Special Iron. 

Lasts, shoe, in boxes or barrels, 
value limited to 2 cents per lb., 
contents described on packages 5 

Lathing, expanded iron 5 

Mangers or Hay Racks, viz. : 

Loose, L. C. L 3 

Wired in bundles or nested and 

crated, L. C. L 4 

Wired in bundles or nested and 
crated or loose, C. L., min. wt. 
15,000 lbs 5 

Mantels, not packed 3 

Mantels, packed 4 

Moulds, ingot, crated 6 

Muck and Puddle Bar Iron, L. C. 
L. ; same as Pig Iron, L. C. L. 

Muck and Puddle Bar Iron, per ton 
2,240 lbs. ; same as Pig Iron, 
per ton 2,268 lbs., C. L. 

Nails, viz. : 

In boxes (horse and mule shoe) . 5 
In kegs (finishing) 5 

Picks, in bundles, barrels, or kegs; 
see Special Iron. 

Pig Iron, L. C. L. ; 20 per cent 
higher than C. L. 

Pig Iron, C. L M 

Pipe Joints or Fittings, consisting 
of Flbows, Traps, Tees, Cross- 
es, Bushings, Plugs, Couplings, 
and Caps (made entirely of 
iron and without brass or other 
trimmings or fixtures), (see 
Note), packed or not packed, 

L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L. ; see Special Iron. 

Note. — The above ratings will apply 
on Elbows, Traps, Tees, and 



Class if 
Iron and Steel — Continued. Released 

Crosses, with brass screw clean- 
out plugs or brass or bronze 
stay-rods. 

Rails, iron or steel, any quantity . . A 

Safe Doors ; same as Safes. 

Safes, viz. : 

Each weighing over 10,000 lbs. 

(Safes and Vaults) 1 

Each weighing over 6,000 lbs. 

and not over 10,000 lbs 2 

Each weighing over 3,000 lbs. and 

not over 6,000 lbs 3 

Each weighing 3,000 lbs. or less. 4 

Scrap Iron, packed or loose, C. L., 

min. wt. 30,000 lbs K 

Same, unpacked, each piece weigh- 
ing not less than 150 lbs., 

L. C. L A 

Same, packed, L. C. L A 

Sheet Iron, viz. : 

Cut in strips for stove pipe, nest- 
ed flat and crated 6 

Galvanized ; same as Sheet Iron. 
Plain or Corrugated 6 

Sinks, unpacked, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L 5 

Sinks, in barrels or boxes, L. C. L. . 4 
Same, C. L: 5 

Springs, viz. : 

Carriage 6 

Seat (not wire) 6 

Iron and Steel, special, consisting of 
the following articles: 

Note. — Commodity rates on "Spe- 
cial Iron" will apply on all 
articles enumerated in the fol- 
owing list. In the absence of 
commodity rates, Class A rates 
will apply. 

Architectural, consisting of Col- 
umns, Pedestals, Capitals, Sad- 
dles, Door and Window Jambs, 
Plates, Sills, Studding, Lintels, 
Rolled Beams, Angles, Chan- 
nel Bars, Girders, and Tees or 
Zees A 

Axles, car A 

Axles, carriage or wagon, loose or 

wired together A 

Bar, Band, Hoop, Rod, Plate (not 
planished or polished), Boiler, 
all unpacked A 

Bar steel, or steel bars, polished or 
not polished, packed or un- 
packed A 

Blooms and Billets, steel A 

Bolts, Nuts, Rivets, and Washers, 

packed or in bags or bundles.. A 

Boxes and Skeins, vehicle, in kegs, 

barrels, or casks, released A 

Boxes and Skeins, wagon axle, 
loose, owners to load and un- 
load, C. L A 

Brake Beams, iron A 

Brake Shoes, packed or not packed. A 

Bridge. Material A 

Car Replacers, in bundles A 

Castings (not machinery) or parts 
thereof, each piece weighing 
200 lbs. or over, unpacked, O. 
R. B A 

Castings or Forgings, parts of com- 
presses, each piece weighing 
2,000 lbs. or over, owners to 
load and unload A 

Castings, C. L., viz. : Castings, 
rough, N. O. S- ( not machinery 
nor parts thereof, nor sewing 
machines nor parts thereof, nor ■ 
stove castings), packed in kegs, 
barrels, or loose A 



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Class if 
Iron and Steel — Continued. Released 

Cattle Guards, wrought A 

Chains, in barrels or casks, value 

limited to 2 cents per lb A 

Chains, loose or in coils A 

Couplers, or parts thereof, car, pat- 
ent, loose, O. R. of wet, rust, or 

breakage A 

Crowbars A 

Draft Iron A 

Elevator Weights A 

Filings, iron A 

Fishbars, Fastenings, and Rail 

Braces A 

Frogs, railroad A 

Harrow Teeth, in kegs or barrels. . A 

Jail Plate A 

Kilns, lime, or parts thereof, manu- 
factured of sheet or boiler iron, 
with cast-iron doors, door 
frames, grates, and floors, K. 
D., crated, boxed, or in bun- 
dles, released, C. L A 

Lap Rings A 

Links and Pins, railroad, in bun- 
dles, barrels, or casks A 

Mattocks, in bundles, barrels, or 

kegs A 

Nails and Spikes, in kegs, estimated 

weight 106 lbs. per keg A 

Nails and Spikes, in double kegs, 
estimated weight 208 lbs. per 

keg A 

Nails, cement coated, in kegs A 

Nails, wire, in kegs, estimated 

weight 106 lbs. per keg A 

Nails, wire, in double kegs, estima- 
ted weight 208 lbs. per keg. . . A 
Picks, in bundles, barrels, or kegs. . A 

Pipe, cast, released A 

Pipe, lined with cement, released. . A 
Pipe Joints or Fittings, consisting 
of Elbows, Traps, Tees, Cross- 
es, Bushings, Plugs, Couplings, 
and Caps (made entirely of 
iron and without brass or other 
trimmings or fixtures), (see 
Note under Pipe Fittings, L. C. 
L.), packed or not packed, C. L. A 
Pipe Fittings, wired in bundles, C. L. A 

Pipe, wrought, released A 

Plow Clevises, Couplers, Frogs, Heel 
Bolts, Moulds, or Plant Fend- 
ers (in bundles, or in kegs, bar- 
rels, or casks), Plates, Points, 

and Wings A 

Plow Steel A 

Poles, electric light or railway A 

Posts, fence, railroad A 

Rust, iron A 

Sadirons, in barrels or casks, re- 

_ leased A 

Sadirons, in boxes, contents to be 
plainly marked on boxes, and 
contract to be made by shipper 
that no other articles shall be 

put in the boxes A 

Sash Weights, unpacked A 

Sawdust, iron, rusted A 

Shingle Bands, sheet iron, in bun- 
dles or packed in barrels A 

Shoes, horse, mule, and ox, in kegs 
(estimated weight 106 lbs. per 

kee:) A 

Skelp Iron A 

Sledges, without handles, wired to- 
gether A 

Splices, Switches, Switch Chairs, 

railroad A 

Stand Pipes, K. D A 

Staples, fence, in barrels or kegs ... A 
Timber Hangers A 

Part 1—6 



Class 'if 
Iron and Steel — Continued. Released 

Tires, wagon A 

Trucks, car A 

Wheels, car A 

Wire fence, iron (not woven), on 
reels or in coils, loose or packed 
in barrels, O. R. of wet and 

rust A 

Note. — On mixed car-loads of iron 
fence wire and nails the car- 
load rate on the highest classed 
article may be applied. 
Tubs, viz. : 

Tubs, bath . 3 

Tubs, galvanized iron, closely 

nested 3 

Tubs and Buckets, galvanized, C. 

L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 4 

Tubs, wash or laundry, legs off . . 3 

Urns 5 

Vault work, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Vises 4 



Jelly, powdered, packed in wood 



Kainit, when shipped to fertilizer fac- 
tories; see Fertilizer Material; 
when in less than 25-ton ship- 
ments, Fertilizer rates apply. 

Knitting Factory Products, made 
wholly of cotton, in bales, O. R. 
C, or in boxes when specific . 
name of article and shipper's 
name are plainly marked on t 

outside of package and stated 
in receipt or bill of lading. ... 5 

Kryolyth, in casks or drums 6 

L 
Lampblack, in boxes, barrels, or ca^ks 3 

Lard, in tin cans, not boxed 5 

Note. — -With shipments of lard no 
freight charges will be made 
for such an amount of ice as is 
necessary to preserve it in 
transit. 
Laths ; Lumber rates. 
Launches, gasoline and naphtha, C. L., 

min. wt. 10,000 lbs 2 

Lead, viz. : 

In boxes 5 

Bar or sheet 5 

Black, in kegs or barrels 5 

Glaziers', on reels, crated 4 

Red and White; same as Paints. 
Sublimate . of. in kegs, half-barrels, 

or barrels 5 

Lead Dross and Skimmings 6 

Leather, in rolls or boxes, L. C. L. . . . 3 
Same. C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs. 4 
Leather Shoe Heels and Shoe Taps, 

in barrels 3 

Leather Scraps, Shavings, or Skivings, 
in packages or bales (leather 
scraps will include trimmings 
cut from side leather or ob- 
tained in the manufacture of 

leather goods) A 

Licorice, in mass, boxed 4 

Lime, viz. : 

In casks or barrels, L. C' L. ; 20 
per cent higher than C. L. 

Acetate of, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L. ; same as Fertilizers. 
Carbonate of, in barrels or casks; 

same as Lime. 
Chloride of, in barrels or casks. ... 6 
Chloride of, N. O. S 4 



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Class if 
Lime — Continued. Released 

In barrels, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 
lbs., actual weight to be 
charged for; Class K less 10 
per cent. 
In barrels, and Cement in bags or 
barrels, mixed C. L., min. wt. 
24,000 lbs.; same as Cement, 
C. L. 
Slacked, for agricultural purposes, 
in bulk or bags ; 20 per cent 
less than Fertilizers. 
Lime Rock, ground, C. L. ; 20 per cent 

less than Fertilizer, C. L. 
Limestone, ground, in barrels, L. C. L. 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Live Stock, subject to the following 
rules (see Estimated Weight 
under General Rules), viz.: 
Maximum Valuations of Live Stock 
Shipments : 
Horses and Mules, each. . . .$ 75 
Mare and Colt, together. . . . 100 
Jacks or Stallions, each. ... 150 
Cow and Calf, together.... 35 
Domestic Horned Animals, 

each 30 

Calves, Hogs, or Sheep, each 5 

Live Stock, C. L N 

Live Stock, L. C. L. (see rules govern- 
ing weights) 4 

Locks, viz. : Padlocks, rim-locks, value 

limited to $2.50 per dozen. ... 3 
Locomotive Cabs, L. C. L., S. U., re- 
quiring flat or gondola car, 

min. wt. 4.000 each 1 

Logs; see Special Rates. 

Lumber, common, rough, or dressed, 

C. L P 

Lumber, common, rough, or dressed, 
L. C. L. ; 20 per cent higher 
than Class K. 
Lumber, hickorv, dogwood, and per- 
simmon timber, round or split, 
C. L. ; same as Lumber. 
Lumber for the manufacture of pack- 
ing cases and tobacco box ma- 
terial, in shooks, bundles, or 
plank, rough or dressed, C. L. ; 
same as Lumber, C. L. (not to 
apply to cigar box material). 
Lumber, mahogany, walnut, maple, 

cherry, and white pine, C. L. .Special 
Same, L. C. L. ; 20 per cent high- 
er than Class K. 
Same, dressed, L. C. L 5 

M 

Machinery and Machines, C. L., own 
ers to load and unload, viz. : 
Blowers, rotary, iron, min. wt. 20, 

000 lbs 6 

Fans, exhaust; same as Blowers, ro- 
tary. 
Street Sweeping, S. U., requiring 
flat or gondola cars, min. wt. 

5,000 lbs. each 5 

Same, K. D. (brushes crated), 

loaded in box cars 5 

N. O. S., all kinds, boilers, engines, 
or parts thereof, min. wt. 20,- 

000 lbs 6 

Machinery and Machines, L. C. L., 

viz. : 

Biscuit Machines, boxed or crated. . 3 

Cotton and Woolen Machinery, viz. : 

Beams, wooden, warp, cylinders, 

spoo's, bobbins, and shuttles, 

returned to be refilled 6 

Bobbins, Shuttles, and Spools, 
wooden, packed 5 



Class if 
Machinery — Continued. Released 
Card Flats, returned to be re- 
clothed or recovered 6 

Rollers, iron and steel, returned 
to be repaired or recovered, 
rating to apply in both direc- 
tions 4 

Engines and Machinery, hoisting. . . 4 
Grain Conveyors, iron tubes, in sec- 
tions 12 feet long or less, loose, 

or in crates or bundles 5 

Mills, viz. : 

Barilla Bark 4 

Cottonseed Oil 4 

Presses, viz. : 

Printing, S. U 1 

Printing, not boxed, K. D 2 

Pulleys 5 

Pulley Wheels and Blocks, manu- 
tured wholly of iron and so 
marked on package, wired in 

bundles 4 

Range and Bath Boilers 3 

Sawmills, carriages over 16 feet in 

length 3 

Sawmills, carriages not over 16 feet 

in length 4 

Tools, machinists' (planers, lathes, 

etc.) 3 

Madder 3 

Magnesite, crude, viz. : 

In boxes or kegs, C. L 5 

In barrels, bags, or casks, L. C. L. . 5 

In bulk, C. L 6 

Magnesium, chloride of, in barrels or 

casks 6 

Manganese, crude P 

Manganese, packed, L. C. L. ; 20 per 

cent higher than Class K. 
Manganese, released, value limited to 
$18 per ton of 2.000 lbs., and 
so expressed in the bill of lad- 
ing; Special Iron rates. 

Marbles, in boxes or casks 4 

Marl, C. L., min. wt. 40,000 lbs.; 10 
per cent higher than rate on 
Sand and Loam Soil. 
Marl or Green Sand, L. C. L. (not 
taken in bulk), 80 per cent of 
Fertilizer rate. 
Mats, viz. : 

Door, wire, iron, steel, or rubber ... 2 

Grass, hemp, hair, or cocoa 2 

Old Oil Press, shipped from oil mills 6 

Matting, N. O. S 2 

Pine Fiber 6 

Meal, viz. : 

Corn, in barrels, actual weight of 
package and contents to be 

charged for D 

Corn, N. O. S D 

Cottonseed; see Fertilizers. 

Flaxseed, L. C. L 3 

Flaxseed, C. L D 

Linseed-oil Meal; same as Meal, cot- 
tonseed; see Fertilizers. 
Measures, wooden, C. L., min. wt. 12,- 

000 lbs 6 

Meats, all shipments to be charged 
at actual weight, viz. : 
Fresh, prepaid or collect, freight 

guaranteed by shipper, L. C. L. 3 

Beef, canned, in boxes B 

Desiccated Meats 4 

Pork, canned, in boxes B 

Sausage, fresh, prepaid or guaran- 
teed 4 

Sausage, L. C. L 6 

Sausage Casings, in barrels or kegs 4 
Tongues, pickled, in barrels or kegs B 
Tripe B 



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Glass if 
Released 
Melons, L. C. L., packed or loose, en- 
tirely at owner's risk, prepaid 

or guaranteed 5 

Melons, C. L., prepaid or guaranteed. O 
Merry-go-rounds, O. R. B., K. D., with 
machinery for operating, C. L., 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Mica, viz. : 

Mica, scrap and ground, in bags or 
barrels, value limited to 6 cents 

per lb., C. L 6 

Same, L. C. L 5 

Milk, condensed, viz. : 

In boxes, kegs, half-barrels, or bar- 
rels, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

In ten-gallon cans, not boxed 2 

Molasses, viz. : 

Shipments of molasses will be ac- 
cepted at an estimated weight 
of 12 y 2 lbs. per gallon, includ- 
ing package, the gallonage to 
be taken from the marks on 
the barrel as stenciled by au- 
thorized gangers. 
In cans, boxed, in kegs or kits .... 4 

In barrels or hogsheads 6 

In tank cars ; same as in barrels or 
hogsheads. 
Marble and Granite (other than 
Gravestones, Tombstones, Mon- 
uments, or parts thereof). 
Blocks or Slabs, marble, slate, gran- 
ite, or stone, polished or carved 
wholly or in part, in boxes or 

crates, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs. 6 
Blocks or Slabs, marble, slate, gran- 
ite, or stone, rough quarried, 
not packed ; also sawed, sand 
rubbed (or slushed), hammered 
or chiseled, boxed or crated, 

L. C. L A 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs. P 
Chips or cubes, rough or dressed for 

inlaid or mosaic tiling, L. C. L. 6 
Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs. A 
Crushed or rubble, in bulk, in bags 

or barrels, L. C. L 6 

In packages or in bulk, C. L., 
min. wt. 40,000 lbs.; 40 per 
cent less than Class L. 
Monuments, Gravestones, and Tomb- 
stones, viz. : 
Marble or Granite, not boxed, 
freight prepaid at option of 

initial carrier D 1 

Dust, marble, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs. A 
Dust, stone for street paving pur- 
poses (not crushed stone or 
marble dust), C. L. ; same 
rates as on Cement, C. L. 
Marble or granite, all kinds, N. O. S. 1 
Marble, granite, cement, or concrete, 
including parts of monuments, 
gravestones (lettered or not let- 
tered, but not sculptured), and 
not including statuary, in boxes 

or crates, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs. 6 

N. O. S., in boxes or crates 1 

Metal, packed, value limited to $300, 
prepaid at option of initial 

road or steamer 2 

Mouldings, carpenter's, without orna- 
mentation; Lumber rates. 



N Class if 

Released 
Nuts, viz. : 

Chestnuts, prepaid 5 

Peanuts and Chuf as, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs. 6 
Pecans, in barrels or in single or dou- 
ble sacks, C. L 5 

Walnuts and Hickory Nuts, packed, 

C. L 6 

Same, packed, L. C. L 5 

O 
Oakum 4 

Oatmeal, Rolled Oats, or Shredded 

Oats, in sacks 5 

Same, in boxes, barrels, kegs, or 

drums 6 

Ochre, in casks or barrels, L. C. L. . . 6 

Same, C. L A 

Oils, viz. : 

Castor, in glass, packed 2 

Cocoa, in original packages 2 

Cocoa, in barrels 4 

Cottonseed, in barrels, crude, L.C.L. A 
Cottonseed, in barrels, C. L., 24,000 

lbs. min A 

Cottonseed, in tanks, governed by 
the following rules, viz. : 

1. Rates when in tank cars will be 

assessed on basis of shell capac- 
ity in gallons, multiplied by 
IVz lbs. per gallon. 

2. Tank cars must invariably be 

loaded to their full capacity, 
subject to a min. wt. of 24,000 
lbs. 

In tank cars, C. L A 

Cottonseed, cooking or refined A 

Cottonseed, crude, N. O. S., L. C. L. A 
Creosote, in barrels or tanks, C. L. . 6 
Dead, of coal tar or creosote, in bar- 
rels or tanks, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Lard and Linseed, in barrels, actual 

weight, L. C. L 4 

Lard and Linseed, in barrels or 

tanks, actual 'weight, C. L 5 

Lubricating, product of coal oil; 

same as Oil, coal. 
Petroleum and Petroleum Products 
(see Notes), viz. : 
Coal Oil, Crude Oil, Distillates, 
Euel Oil, Gas Oil, Grease (not 
axle), Kerosene Oil, Lubricat- 
ing Oil (not axle grease), Min- 
ers' Oil, Paraffin Oil, Paraffin 
Wax, Petrolatum, Refined Oil, 
Residuum, Road Oil, Soap Oil, 
Tailings, Transformer Oil, and 
Wood Oil, viz. : 

In cans, boxed, C. L 4 

In barrels, carrier's convenience, 

L. C. L 4 

In barrels, C. L 6 

In tank cars, C. L 6 

In iron casks or drums (coal or 
kerosene, naphtha, benzine, and 
gasoline), actual weight, L.C.L. 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Outfits, graders' and contractors', L. 

C. L 2 

Outfits, contractors' or graders', such 
as carts, wheelbarrows, tackle, 
tools, etc., wired, C. L., with 

or without live stock N 

Note. — If attendant accompanies 
shipments, regular passenger 
rate to be charged. 



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Class if 
Outfits — Continued, Released 

Artesian Well-diggers', C. L N 

Oysters, viz. : 

Note. — Railroad companies may de- 
cline to receive and transport 
Fresh Oysters by freight. 

In cans or kegs, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L. . 5 

Shell, in barrels 5 

Shell, in bulk, C. L 6 

P 

Packing, hemp 4 

Paintings, Pictures, Chromos, etc., 
viz. : 
Value over $200 taken only by 

special contract. 
Value of each box limited, to $200 

per box, well boxed D 1 

Value limited to $5 per 100 lbs.. . . 2 
Paints, viz. : 

In pails or cans, boxed or securely 

crated 4 

Bulk, liquid, in kegs, kits, barrels, 

or casks 5 

Bulk, dry, in kegs or kits 5 

Bulk, dry, in barrels or casks 6 

Metallic; same as Paints. 
Mineral, dry, in barrels or casks ... 5 
Paper, viz. : 

Glazed, for manufacture of paper 
boxes or for wrapping pur- 
poses, in bundles 6 

Printing, in rolls or bundles, C. L. . A 

Same, L. C. L 6 

Roofing, in bundles or crates 6 

Roofing, in rolls A 

Wall, in bundles 3 

Waste Paper, in bundles 3 

Wrapping or Lining, in bundles, 

rolls, or crates, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L \ . . . A 

Paving Blocks, wooden ; Lumber rates. 
Paving Composition, composed of sand 

and tar; same as -Asphalt. 
Peas, viz. : 

Dried, in boxes D 

Dried or Split, N. O. S., in bags or 

barrels, L. C. L D 

Same, C. L D 

Cow, in bags or barrels, C. L D 

Peat or Peat Moss, in bags, barrels, or 

casks, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L A 

Pickets, wooden; Lumber rates. 
Pickles, viz. : 

In buckets or pails, wooden, L. C. L. 4 
In kegs, barrels, or cask's, L. C. L. . 5 
Piles ; Lumber rates. 
Pine, viz. : 

Earthen and Concrete, drain or roof- 
ing (pr^ and tile), L. C. L. . . 6 

Same, C. L. ., A 

Earthen or Concrete, drain, tile, or 

sewer, C. L P 

Same, L. C. L K 

Earthen (not drain), L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Stove and Elbows, C. L., loose or in 
bundles, straight or mixed, min. 

wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Stove (side seams not closed), nest- 
ed and wired or crated, or 
otherwise, C. L., min. wt. 20,- 

000 lbs 5 

Pitch in barrels or casks, 1ST. O. S., 

C. L K 

Planks or boards, edges glued togeth- 
er ; Lumber rates. 
Plaster, viz. : 

Calcined, C. L K 



Class if 
Plaster — Continued. Released 

Calcined, L. C. L., 20 per cent high- 
er than C. L. rate. 
Cement; see Cement, plaster. 
Land; same as Agricultural Lime. 

Plaster of Paris, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L A 

Wall, in bags or barrels; same as 
Lime, in barrels. 
Plates, viz. : 

Paper and Wooden, including Wood- 
en Butter Dishes and Plates, 

C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 6 

Wooden Plates or Dishes, nested, 
packed in crates or boxes, L. 

C. L 5 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs. 6 
Plumbago (ship's option), in sacks, 

barrels, or boxes 5 

Same, N. O. S 5 

Poles, viz. : 

Hoop ; same as Barrel Material. 
Telegraph and telephone; Lumber 
rates. 
Porch Columns, wooden ; same as 

Sash, Doors, and Blinds. 
Posts, fence; Lumber rates. 
Potash, German, muriate, and sul- 
phate, when shipped to fertil- 
izer factories; see Fertilizers. 
Preserves, Fruit Juices, etc., viz. : 
Fruit Juices and Fountain Syrups: 
Coca-Cola, carbonated, in glass, 
packed, securely wired and 
sealed or locked; same as Gin- 
ger Ale, similarly packed. 

In Avood, L. C. L 3 

Preserves, Fruit Butter, and Jellies, 
viz. : 

In glass, packed, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L 4 

In wood, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

In cans, boxed, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

In glass, packed, in wood or in 

cans, boxed, mixed, C. L 5 

Pumps and Pump Material, viz. : 
Hand, Endless Chain, or Bucket 
Pumps, detachable parts re- 
moved and crated or wired in 

bundles, L. C. L 4 

Hand, Endless Chain, or Bucket 

Pumps, C. L 5 

Steam Pumps, Pumping Engines 

and Machinery, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Wooden Tubing, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Q 

Quills, goose and turkey, in bales, bar- 
rels, boxes, or crates 1 

R 
Rags, viz. : 

In sacks or crates 3 

In barrels or hogsheads 4 

With bones; see Bones. 
Railroad Rolling Stock Equipment (not 
including . street or tramway 
cars, for which see Vehicles), 
viz. : 

Cars, K. D. (i. e., cars from which 
trucks or other detachable parts 
have been removed and loaded 
on same car with bodies), to 
be loaded and unloaded by 
owners, and at O. R. ; Special 
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Class if 
Railroad Rolling Stock — Continued. Released 
Cars and Locomotives, standard 
gauge, on their own wheels, 
subject to the following rules : 
Basis for Calculation of Freight. — 
Mileage rates between points 
governed by this Exception 
Sheet will be computed upon 
the basis of the shortest all- 
rail standard-gauge mileage by 
available routes of transporta- 
tion', plus actual arbitraries, 
subject to a minimum distance 
of 75 miles for each line, and 
governed by the mileage shown 
in the "Official Guide. " 
Locomotives and Tenders, moved by 
their own power, owner to fur- 
nish fuel and crew, carrier to 
furnish pilot at expense of 
owner, 15 cents per mile. 
Locomotives and Tenders, dead, or 
on their own wheels, connecting 
rods and small parts liable to 
be damaged, at option of car- 
rier, to be taken off and boxed, 
20 cents per mile. All expenses 
for oil, waste and repairs are 
in addition to the rates, and 
will be at the expense of the 
owner. 
Locomotives and Tenders, loaded 
wholly on flat cars, 25 cents 
per mile. 
Locomotives, loaded on flat cars and 
weighing less than 40.000 lbs., 
same as Machinery, N. O. S. 

Reeds, willow, in bales 2 

Roofing, viz. : 

Cement, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L A 

Slate, packed, L. C. L 6 

Slate, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs.. . . K 
Roots, ivy, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs. P 

Rope, wire 5 

Rosin, in barrels, actual weight to be 
charged for, L. C. L. ; 20 per 
cent higher than Class K. 
Rosin, in barrels or casks, actual 

weight to be charged for, C. L. K 
Rustic Work, not boxed or crated .... 1 

S 

Sago Flour, in bags 5 

Same, in other packages; same 
as Starch. 

Salt, viz. : 

In sacks, boxes, or barrels, L. C. L. K 
In sacks, boxes, or barrels, C. L. . . . O 

Salt, cake; see Fertilizers. 

Saltpetre, L. C. L 5 

Saltpetre, C. L 6 

Salts, viz. : 

Bleaching, in barrels or casks 6 

Bleaching, N. O. S 4 

Epsom, in casks or barrels, L. C. L. 5 
Epsom, N. O. S., L. C. L 4 

Sand, C. L P 

Sardines; see Fish. 

Sash, viz. : 

Glazed, L. C. L 4 

Glazed, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs.. 6 
Unglazed, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs. 6 
Unglazed, N. O. S. ; same as Blinds. 

Sauerkraut, in barrels 6 

Sausage and Sausage Casings; see 
Meats. 

Saw Bucks, wooden, K. D., in crates 

or boxes 5 

Sawdust, C. L., 24,000 lbs. min P 

Saws, drag, with horse power 5 



Class if 
Released 
Screens, viz. : 

Door or Window, of wire, in bun- 
dles, boxes or crates, L. C. L. . 4 
Door or Window, of wire, O. R. B., 

C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs 6 

Screws, bench, packed 4 

Sea Grass, Sea Weed or Salt Hay, 

pressed in bales, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L. ; 20 per cent less than 
Class D. 
Seed, viz. : 

Clover, C. L 6 

Corn, in barrels or sacks 5 

Cotton, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs.; 
20 per cent less than Class D. 

Flax, C. L 6 

Garden, C. L 4 

Garden, returned over same line by 

which originally forwarded ... 6 

Hemp, C. L 6 

Millet, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Timothy, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L 6 

Vetches, C. L 6 

Shear Flocks, refuse or waste of wool- 
en mills A 

Sheep Dip, liquid or powdered, in 

packages 4 

Shells, viz. : 

If for street or road paving pur- 
poses and so specified in bill of 

lading, C. L A 

Oyster, in barrels or kegs A 

Oyster, ground, in barrels A 

Oyster, to be used for fertilizer pur- 
poses, when consigned to fer- 
tilizer factories, C. L. ; same as 
Fertilizers. 
Shingle Bolts; Lumber rates. 
Shingles, wooden ; Lumber rates. 
Shooks, boxed or crated (not including 
cigar box material) ; Lumber 
rates. 
Shooks, barrel, cask, or hogshead; 

Lumber rates. 
Shot, viz. : 

In barrels, half-barrels, quarter bar- 
rels, or drums ; same as in kegs. 
In paper bags, boxed and strapped. 4 

In kegs or double sacks 6 

Showcases ; see Glass and Glassware. 
Siding ; Lumber rates. 

Silex, in barrels 6 

Silicates, peroxides of, in barrels _ 5 

Slush, Soap Stock, or similar material 
for manufacturing soap, in bar- 
rels; same as Cottonseed Oil. 
Soap Stock; same as Cottonseed Oil. 
Soapstone, viz. : 

Crude, C. L P 

Crude, in barrels or casks, value 
limited to $10 per ton; same 
as Cement. 
Ground, in barrels or bags, value 

limited to $20 per ton, L. C. L. 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Soda, viz. : 

Nitrate of, L. C. L. ; same as Fer- 
tilizers, L. C. L. 
Nitrate, C. L. ; see Fertilizers, C. L. 
Soda Ash, in bags, any quantity. . . A 
Sulphate of, C. L. ; same as Fertil- 
izers, C. L. 

Sulphate of , L. C. L 6 

Softener, cotton and wool, in barrels. B 
Softener, cotton and wool, N. O. S. . . 5 

Solder 5 

Sorghum, in barrels or hogsheads .... 6 

Spindles, packed, L. C. L 6 

Spirittine, in cans, boxed, L. C. L. . . . 2 



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Class if 
Released 
Spoke Timber, in the rough ; Lumber 
rates. 

Stanchions, cattle 6 

Stationery 2 

Staves and Stave Bolts ; Lumber rates. 
Stills, viz. : 

Iron, L. C. L 3 

Copper (Avorm crated) 3 

Stone, lithographic 2 

Stoves, Alcohol, Gas, Gasoline, Oil, 
and Vapor, Sheet Iron, C. L., 

min. wt. 12,000 lbs 3 

Stoves and Ranges, Cast Iron, L. C. L. 
Box and crate requirement will 
not apply. 

Sugar, in barrels or hogsheads 6 

In cartons or sacks packed in 
boxes or in double sacks ; same 
as in barrels. 

Grape Sugar 6 

Sumac, viz. : 

Ground, in bags or barrels, C. L., 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Leaf, C. L., min. wt. 16,000 lbs.. . . K 

Same, L. C. L 5 

Syrups, viz. : 

Fruit Juices and Fountain Syrups, 
in glass, earthenware, or tin 
cans, boxed, or in wood, C. L. . 5 
Manufactured of cider, in barrels, 

half-barrels, hogsheads, or casks 6 
N. O. S., in kegs or in cans, boxed. 4 
N. O. S., in barrels or hogsheads. . . 6 

T 

Tags, tin, lettered or not lettered, in 

boxes or barrels, prepaid 4 

Talc 6 

Tallow, in barrels B 

Same, N. O. S 5 

Tankage, for Fertilizer purposes, C. 

L. ; see Fertilizer. 
Tanks, viz. : 

Oil, cellar or store, O. R. B., empty, 
with pump, hood, and measure 
inside of can, boxed or crated. 1 
Wooden, capable of being loaded in 

box cars, boxed or crated, S. U. 2 
Tank Material; same as Box and Bar- 
rel Material. 
Tar, in barrels, L. C. L. ; 20 per cent 
higher than Class K. 

Tar, in barrels or casks, C. L K 

Tar Residuum; same as Tar. 
Teeth, Harrow; Iron and Steel Articles. 
Telegraph Cross-arms, without insula- 
tor pins or brackets ; Lumber 
rates. 

Tent Pins, C. L A 

Tents and Tent Poles 2 

Tents, gospel, O. R 4 

Terne Plate; same as Tin Plate. 
Ties, railroad; Lumber rates. 
Tile, viz. : 

Drain and Roofing; see Pipe. 
Building and Roofing and Hollow 
Brick, in straight or mixed C. 

L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs K 

Sidewalk, combined iron and glass, 

L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Timber, N. O. S. ; Lumber rates. 
Tin, viz. : 

Pig and Block 5 

Scrap, in rolls or bundles, wired or 

crated 6 

Tin Plate, in boxes, charged at actual 

weight, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Tin Roofing, in rolls 5 



Class if 
Released 
Tin Tags; see Tags, tin. 

Tinware, N. O. S., L. C. L 3 

Tobacco, viz. : 

Smoking 2 

Unmanufactured, in boxes, barrels, 

crates, bales, or baskets 4 

Unmanufactured, in hogsheads or 

tierces J 

Unmanufactured, loose in car on 
the stick, loaded and unloaded 
by owners, C. L., min. wt. 10,- 

000 lbs 4 

Unmanufactured, loose, not less 

than 10,000 lbs. charged for. . 3 
Tobacco Barns; see Barns. 
Tobacco Box Material ; see Box Ma- 
terial. 
Tobacco Sticks, Flues, Baskets, and 
Furnaces, in mixed C. L., min. 

wt. 10,000 lbs 6 

Tobacco Sticks, rough, not wired, pre- 
paid or guaranteed; same rates 
as Lumber, common. 
Tobacco Trash, Sweepings, or Stems, 
ground or unground, packed, 
L. C. L., or in bulk when in 
car-loads, to be used as Fertil- 
izer, and so certified in bill of 
lading, value limited to $10 per 
ton ; Fertilizer rates. 
Tongue, Deer, value limited to 6 cents 

per lb., L. C. L 5 

Towers, viz. : 

Fire Apparatus, straight or mixed 
C. L., min. wt. 5,000 lbs., con- 
sisting of small chemical en- 
gines, small ladder wagons, 
hand extinguishers, and small 

force pumps 1 

"Water, Parts of Fire Department 
Apparatus, if requiring flat or 
gondola cars, min. wt. 5,000 lbs. 1 
Traps, Clay Pigeon or Glass Ball, in 

bundles, crates, or boxes 5 

Trees and Shrubbery, viz. : 

Evergreen, boxed, for decorating 
purposes; same as Trees and 
Shrubbery. 
Baled, prepaid or guaranteed, L.C.L. 1 
Same, value limited to 3 cents per 

lb 2 

Boxed, prepaid or guaranteed, L.C.L. 2 
Same, value limited to 3 cents per 

lb 4 

In bales, boxes, or in bulk, C. L., 
O. R. of loss or damage by 
heating, freezing, or improper 
packing, and to be loaded and 
unloaded by owners, prepaid or 
guaranteed, straight or mixed 

C. L., min. wt. 16,000 lbs 4 

Same, value limited to 3 cents per 

lb 6 

Plants, Strawberry, in baskets, with- 
out overtop handles 1 

Trucks, Electric Motor, L. C. L 5 

Tubs, viz. : 

Bath, not boxed D 1 

Bath, nested 2 

Turpentine, crude, in barrels, casks, or 

tank cars, C. L 6 

Turpentine, spirits of, in barrels, 

casks, or tank cars, C. L 6 

Note. — On shipments in tank cars, 
weights will be assessed on the 
shell capacity of tank, multi- 
plied by 7.2 lbs. to the gallon. 
Twine, viz. : 

Binders', packed, in bales, C. L. . . . 6 
Paper, when so described on pack- 
age 5 



NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 1. 



87 



V Glass if 

Released 

Varnish, in cans, not boxed 1 

Vegetables, desiccated 4 

Vegetables, in cans, L. C. L 4 

Same, 0. L 5 

Vegetables, not canned or desiccated, 
viz. : 
Note. — Mixed car-loads of apples, 
beets, cabbage, carrots, onions, 
potatoes, and turnips may be 
taken at the same rate as 
straight car-loads of either ar- 
ticle. 

Beets, in barrels 6 

Beets, in crates, boxes, or in bulk, 

C. L 6 

Cabbages, packed, L. C. L 6 

Cabbages, in barrels, crates, boxes, 

or in bulk, C. L 6 

Carrots, in barrels 6 

Same, in crates, boxes, or in bulk, 

C. L 6 

Cucumbers, same as Beets. 

Onions, in sacks, It. C. L 5 

Onions, in barrels or crates, L. C. L. 6 
Onions, in barrels, crates, boxes, 

sacks, or in bulk, C. L 6 

Potatoes, in crates or sacks, L. C. L. 6 
Potatoes, in barrels, actual weight, 

L. C. L , 6 

Potatoes, in barrels, crates, boxes, 

sacks, or in bulk, C. L 6 

Turnips, L. C. L 6 

Turnips, in barrels, crates, boxes, 

or in bulk, C. L 6 

N. O. S., prepaid or guaranteed. .. 3 
Vehicles, viz. : 

Carriages, Buggies, and Trotting 
Wagons, viz. : 
K. D., boxed or well crated, box 
or crate not exceeding 34 

inches in height, L. C. L 2 

Boxed or well crated, C. L., min. 

wt. 8,000 lbs 4 

Loose, C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs. 3 
Hose Reels and Hook and Ladder 
Trucks; same as Carriages, 
Buggies, and Trotting Wagons. 
Oil Tank Wagons, viz. : 

Requiring flat or gondola cars, 

min. wt. 4,000 lbs. each 1 

N. O. S., min. wt. 3,000 lbs. each 1 
Omnibuses, C. L., two or more on a 

car, min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Sleigh; same as Carriages, Buggies, 

and Trotting Wagons. 
Street Sprinkling Wagons, S. U., 
loaded on flat cars, min. wt. 

4,000 lbs. each 1 

Wagons, delivery or freight, C. L. ; 
same as Carriages, Buggies, or 
Trotting Wagons. 
Vehicle Materials and Parts of Ve- 
hicles, viz. : 
Bodies, finished, carriage, buggy, 
trotting wagon, and wagon; 
same as Carriages, Buggies, 
Trotting Wagons, and Wagons, 
respectively. 
Bodies and Seats, unfinished; see 

Wheels. 
Bodies, buggy, unfinished, C. L., 

min. wt. 10,000 lbs 5 

Gears, platform wagon, in the white, 

without springs or axles, L.C.L. 2 
Hubs, packed, in rolls or securely 

tied together A 



Class if 
Vehicle Materials — Continued. Released 
Rims, packed or securely tied to- 
gether A 

Shafts, Poles, and Wheels, parts of 

farm or lumber wagons, L.C.L. 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Shafts, Bows, Felloes, Singletrees, 
Spokes, Hubs, and Rims, wood, 

unfinished, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Singletrees and Doubletrees: 

Finished, boxed, crated, or in 

bundles 2 

Ironed and partly finished, boxed 

or crated 4 

Ironed and partly finished, in 

bundles 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Spokes, packed or securely tied in 

bundles A 

Same, C. L., all-rail shipments 

may be taken loose P 

Wheels and Bodies, unfinished, L. 

C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs. 5 
Wagon Parts, wood, unpainted, N. 
O. S., K. D., and packed in 

crates or bundles 5 

Veneering, or wood built up, or com- 
pound, less than % of an inch 
in thickness, manufactured of 
pine, poplar, oak, elm, bass- 
wood, birch, chestnut, laurel, 
gum, walnut, or cedar, packed, 

L. C. L 4 

Same, % of an inch or over in 

thickness, L. C. L 6 

Same, straight or mixed C. L. ; Lum- 
ber rate, plus 20 per cent. 

W 

Washing Crystals 4 

Water, viz. : 

Aerated ^-ch as Moxie) ; same as 

Water, mineral. 
Mineral, in glass or stone, packed, 

C. L 6 

Mineral, in wood, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Water-closet Tanks and Seats, wooden, 

crated or boxed 3 

Wheelbarrows, viz. : 

Iron, S. U., L. C. L 3 

Iron or wood, K. D., trays nested 
and strapped, wheels and han- 
dles packed separately, L. C. L. . 4 
Whiting, viz. : 

In boxes 3 

In barrels 6 

N. O. S 5 

Wire Cloth, in rolls, boxes, casks, or 

crates, C. L 6 

Wood, fire, C. L Special rates 

Woodenware, where C. L. commodity 
rates are provided, min. wt. 
12,000 lbs. 
Wool, viz. : 

Mineral 5 

N. O. S., in bags, two or more se- 
curely corded together or 

pressed in bales 3 

Unwashed, in bags 4 

Y 

Yeast, in wood 3 

Yeast Cakes, in boxes 3 



88 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



SUPPLEMENT NO 1 TO NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 1. 



NOW READS. 



Class if 

Released 



Furniture not included in foregoing 
lists, viz. : 
Fixtures, store, as described on 
pages 38 and 39 of Supple- 
ment 4 to Southern Classifica- 
tion, C. L., 12,000 lbs. min.. . . 

Same. L. C. L 

Meal, viz. : 

Corn, N. O. S 



Sea Grass, Sea Weed or Salt Hay, 

pressed in bales, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L. ; 20 per cent less 
than Class D. 



CHANGE TO READ. 



Cinders, coal, C. L 

Furniture not included in foregoing 
lists, viz.: 
Fixtures, store, as described on 
pages 38 and 39 of Supple- 
ment 4 to Southern Classifica- 
tion, C. L., 12,000 lbs. min... 

Same, L. C. L 

Meal, viz. : 

Corn, N. O. S. (see Note) 

Note. — L. C. L. shipments of Meal, 
in cloth bags, each package 
weighing less than 21 pounds, 
will not be accepted unless en- 
closed in burlap, jute or duck 
. bags. 
Bills of lading and way-bills for 
shipment of Meal in bags must 
show number of bags of each 
size, weighing 21 pounds or 
over, and the number of bur- 
lap, jute or duck bags, contain- 
ing bags weighing less than 21 
pounds, contained in the ship- 
ment. 
Sea Grass, Sea Weed or Salt Hay, 
pressed in bales, C. L., 20 per 
cent less than Class D. 



Class if 
Released 
P 



CIRCULARS. 

CIRCULAR No. 196. Raleigh, N. C., January 10, 1914. 

On and after February 1, 1914, the following note with reference to sacking 
cow peas is adopted and added to the Commission's Classification: 

Note. — Bags must be made of burlap (not less than ten ounces per 
yard) or cloth, and be sufficiently strong and so closely woven and 
stitched as to carry contents safely and prevent sifting. Bags which 
have been used for fertilizers or other articles containing acids must 
not be used. 
By order of the Commission: Edward L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk,. Chairman. 



Circular No. 197 printed in 1913 report. 



CIRCULAR No. 198. Raleigh, N. C, March 2, 1914. 

CLASSIFICATION OF AEROPLANES. 

The North Carolina Classification is hereby amended by adding the fol- 
lowing: 

Class 

Aeroplanes, K. D., in boxes, L. C. L D-l 

Same, S. U., or K. D„ C. L., minimum weight 10,000 lbs 1 

Effective from date. E. L. Travis, 

By order of the Commission: Chairman. 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. 



CIRCULAR No. 199. Raleigh, N. C, March 2, 1914. 

ESTIMATED WEIGHTS ON LUMBER. 

(Superseding estimated weights heretofore applied.) 

From and after April 2, 1914, the following estimated weights will apply 
on shipments of lumber between points within the State of North Carolina, 
to be used when actual weights cannot be ascertained: 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet, viz.: 

Rough, viz.: WeigM 

Green Seasoned 

Ash (black) 5,000 pounds. 3,500 pounds. 

Basswood and Butternut 4,000 pounds. 2,750 pounds. 

Chestnut, Cottonwood and Cypress 5,000 pounds. 3,000 pounds. 

Elm (soft) 5,000 pounds. 3,500 pounds. 

Gum (red) 5,000 pounds. 3,750 pounds. 

Gum (sap) 5,000 pounds. 3,250 pounds. 



90 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Hemlock 4,000 pounds. 3,000 pounds. 

Hickory 6,000 pounds. 5,000 pounds. 

Oak 6,000 pounds. 4,500 pounds. 

Pine, short-leaf 3,300 pounds. 

Pine, yellow, under 6 inches in 

thickness 5,000 pounds. 4,000 pounds. 

Pine, yellow, 6 inches and over in 

thickness 4,500 pounds. 4,000 pounds. 

Pine, white 4,000 pounds. 2,750 pounds. 

Poplar 4,000 pounds. 3,000 pounds. 

N. O. S 6,000 pounds. 4,000 pounds. 

Note. — Rough lumber less than one inch in thickness to be assessed on a 
proportionate basis of above. 

Dressed, viz.: 

Cypress, Gum, Poplar and Pine, viz.: 

Green Seasoned 

y 2 in. bevel siding 1,000 pounds. 

% in. ceiling 1,000 pounds. 

y 2 in. ceiling 1,300 pounds. 

% in. ceiling or partition 1,600 pounds. 

% in. ceiling or partition 2,000 pounds. 

13-16 in. ceiling, partition or floor- 
ing 2,200 pounds. 

Drop siding 2,200 pounds. 

13-16 in. board 2,600 pounds. 

N. O. S 4,000 pounds. 2,750 pounds. 

By order of the Commission: Edward L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULAR No. 200. Raleigh, N. C, March 5, 1914. 

(Amending Circular No. 199.) 
From and after this date Circular No. 199 is hereby amended by adding 
the following: 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet, viz.: 

Rough, Viz.: Weight 

Green Seasoned 

Spruce 3,000 pounds. 2,600 pounds. 



By order of the Commission: 
A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. 



Edward L. Travis, 

Chairman. 



CIRCULAR No. 201. Raleigh, N. C, March 5, 1914. 

(Amending Classification on Furniture.) 
From and after this date, Classification on Furniture, when manufactured 
of pine, poplar, oak or other common woods, carload, is amended by adding 
the following: 



CIKCULARS. 91 

Furniture, viz . : Class 

N. O. S. All kinds, finished or in the white (taking fourth 
class or lower when in straight carloads), in mixed carloads, 
minimum weight 12,000 pounds 4 

By order of the Commission: Edwaed L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxweix, Clerk. Chairman. 






CIRCULAR No. 202. Raleigh, N. C, March 12, 1914. 

CLASSIFICATION ON BASKETS. 

Prom and after April 12, 1914, the North Carolina Classification on Baskets 
is amended by adding the following: 

Baskets : Class 
Wood splint, with tops and handles detached, nested in bun- 
dles or crates, L. C. L 2 

Wood splint, without tops or handles, nested, in bundles or 
crates, L. C. L 2 

By order of the Commission: Edward L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULAR No. 203. Raleigh, N. C, August 9, 1914. 

CLASSIFICATION OF VENTILATORS. 

From and after this date, the North Carolina Classification is amended by 
adding the following: 

Ventilators : Class 

Chimney or roof, not chimney nor cowls: 

Iron or Steel: 

S. U., in boxes or crates D-l 

K. D., flat, in boxes or crates 1 

Metal other than iron or steel, in boxes or crates D-l 

Ridges, roof ventilating, copper, K. D., in boxes or crates. 1 

Sheet iron or sheet steel, K. D., flat, in boxes 2 

Wall or window, not otherwise indexed by name, in bar- 
rels, boxes or crates 1 

By order of the Commission: Edward L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULAR No. 204. Raleigh, N. C, April 11, 1914. 

CLASSIFICATION OF GRAVEL. 
From and after May 11, 1914, the North Carolina Classification now reading: 

Class 

Gravel, C. L P 

is changed to read: 



92 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Gravel, C. L., minimum weight, 30,000 pounds, 40 per cent 
less than Class L. 

By order of the Commission: Edwaed L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULAR No. 205. Raleigh, N. C, May 4, 1914. 

(Amending Circulars No. 180 and No. 204.) 

CLASSIFICATION OP MARBLE AND GRANITE, AND GRAVEL. 

From and after May 11, 1914, Circular No. 180, Classification of Marble and 
Granite, now reading: 

Crushed or rubble 

In packages or in bulk, C. L., minimum weight 30,000 pounds, 40 
per cent less than Class L. 

is changed to read: 

Crushed or rubble 

In packages or in bulk, C. L., minimum weight 40,000 pounds, 40 
per cent less than Class L. 

And Circular No. 204, Classification of Gravel, now reading: 

Gravel, C. L„ minimum weight, 30,000 pounds, 40 per cent less than 
Class L. 

is changed to read: 

Gravel, C. L., minimum weight, 40,000 pounds, 40 per cent less than 
Class L. 

By order of the Commission: Edwaed L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULAR No. 206. Raleigh, N. C, May 11, 1914. 

CLASSIFICATION OF PAPER TABLETS. 

From and after June 11, 1914, the North Carolina Classification now 
reading: 

Class 

Paper tablets, in crates 2 

is changed to read: 

Paper pads, tablets, or school blanks bound in books or tablets, in 
boxes, L. C. L : 3 

By order of the Commission: Edward L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULARS. . 93 

CIRCULAR No. 207. Raleigh, N. C, July 13, 1914. 

CLASSIFICATION OF FEATHERS AND FEATHER BEDS. 

From and after August 13, 1914, the North Carolina Classification now 
reading: 

Class 

Feathers D-l 

is changed to read: 

Feathers, chicken or turkey, raw, not cleaned, in bags or 

bales, L. C. L 1 

In packages named, C. L., minimum weight 12,000 lbs 2 

Feathers, chicken or turkey, N. O. S., in bags or bales 1 

Feathers, N. O. S D-l 

Feather Beds: 

In boxes .' 1% 

In bales not machine pressed 1% 

In machine pressed bales 1 

By order of the Commission: Edward L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 






CIRCULAR No. 208. Raleigh, N. C, August 5, 1914. 

CLASSIFICATION OF ROOFING MATERIAL. 

From and after September 5, 1914, the North Carolina Classification is 
amended by adding the following: 

Class 

Roofing Material, consisting of tar, pitch, roofing or building 
paper or felt, roofing cement, prepared or composition roof- 
ing (sheet), N. O. S., in bundles, boxes, crates or rolls, 
gravel and slag, mixed C. L., minimum weight 30,000 lbs.. . . A 

By order of the Commission: Edward L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULAR NO. 209. . Raleigh, N. C, August 5, 1914. 

CLASSIFICATION OF NAILS. 

From and after September 5, 1914, the North Carolina Classification will be 
amended by adding the following: 

Iron and steel articles (not boxed or crated, unless so specified) : 

Special, consisting of the following article: class 

Nails, cement coated, in kegs A 

By order of the Commission: Edward L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



94 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

CIRCULAR No. 210. Raleigh, N. C, August 5, 1914. 

CLASSIFICATION OF COMPOUND OR BUILT-UP WOOD. 

From and after September 5, 1914, the North Carolina Classification is 
amended by adding the following: 

Wood, built-up or compound; same as Veneering. 

By order of the Commission: Edward L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULAR No. 211. Raleigh, N. C, August 17, 1914. 

CLASSIFICATION OF FLOUR. 

From and after August 27, 1914, the North Carolina Classification now 
reading: 

Flour: Class 

Self-raising, in sacks 5 

is changed to read: 

Flour: 

Self-raising; rating prescribed on flour N. O. S. will apply. 

By order of the Commission: Edward L. Travis, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULAR No. 212. Raleigh, December 23, 1914. 

PASSENGER TRAINS AND CONNECTIONS. 

From and after this date, it is ordered that Rules of the North Carolina 
Corporation Commission governing transportation of passengers be amended 
by adding thereto the following: 

No railroad company will be permitted to discontinue operation of any 

passenger train that has been in operation for a period of six months, or to 

change the schedule of any passenger train so as to break any connection 

that has been established for a period of six months, without first obtaining 

the consent of the Corporation Commission. 

By order of the Commission: ' ' 

. T ,, m n Chairman. 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. 



PART TWO. 



ASSESSMENT FOR TAXATION FOR YEAR 1914 OF RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, 

EXPRESS, SLEEPING CAR, REFRIGERATOR, STEAMBOAT AND CANAL COMPANIES, 

BANKS, COTTON MILLS AND OTHER CORPORATIONS. 

COMPILATION FROM ANNUAL STATISTICAL REPORTS OF ALL RAILROAD COMPANIES 

OPERATING IN NORTH CAROLINA, SHOWING CAPITALIZATION, OPERATING 

REVENUES, ETC., FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1914. 

REPORT OF CONDITION OF STATE BANKS, ETC. 



Part IL— Corp. Coram., 1914—1. 



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ASSESSMENT OF PULLMAN COMPANY. 



51 



THE PULLMAN COMPANY. 



STATEMENT M— Mileage in North Carolina over which the Pullman Company operates cars. 

Over Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 446.48 miles. 

Over Seaboard Air Line Railway 427.09 miles. 

Over Southern Railway 626.34 miles. 

Over Norfolk Southern Railroad 242.17 miles. 

Over Norfolk Western Railway 46.00 miles. 

Total mileage 1,788.08 miles. 

Total valuation $ 398,947.00 

Valuation per mile 223. 11 

Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



County 



Miles 



Value 



Alamance 

Anson 

Beaufort 

Bertie 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe — 

Burke 

Cabarrus 

Camden 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Chowan 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland.. 

Currituck 

Davidson 

Duplin-. 

Durham 

Edgecombe-.. 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Gates 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Hertford 

Iredell 

Johnston 

Lee 

Madison 

McDowell 

Mecklenburg- 
Moore 

Nash 



17.05 


$ 3,804 


27.58 


6,153 


34.14 


7,617 


15.80 


3,525 


32.80 


7,318 


25.12 


5,605 


59.01 


13,166 


29.70 


6,626 


17.16 


3,829 


5.01 


1,118 


21.55 


4,808 


22.86 


5,100 


7.39 


1,649 


10.07 


2,247 


8.77 


1,957 


59.35 


13,247 


23.43 


5,227 


32.74 


7,305 


14.48 


3,231 


24.80 


5,533 


33.96 


7,577 


16.22 


3,619 


35.75 


7,976 


29.30 


6,537 


12.93 


2,885 


23.00 


5,132 


16.30 


3,637 


2.20 


491 


8.04 


1,794 


62.57 


13,960 


54.26 


12,106 


6.42 


1,432 


14.00 


3,123 


21.56 


4,810 


12.60 


2,811 


20.11 


4,487 


56.44 


12,592 


22.48 


5,016 


28.40 


6,336 


32.24 


7,193 


47.40 


10,575 


24.58 


5,484 


21.85 


4,875 



52 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 
THE PULLMAN COMPANY— Continued. 



County- 



New Hanover 
Northampton 

Orange 

Pasquotank... 

Pender 

Perquimans... 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham.. 

Rowan 

Scotland 

Stokes.. 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington... 

Wayne . 

Wilson 

Totals 



Miles 



1,788.08 



Value 



16.97 


$ 3,787 




26.64 


5,944 




17.27 


3,853 




12.12 


2,704 




25.19 


5,620 




15.76 


3,516 




5.20 


1,160 




29.09 


6,490 




10.00 


2,231 




0.60 


134 




41.33 


9,222 




66.30 


14,793 




41.65 


9,293 




38.12 


8,505 




27.39 


6,111 




10.00 


2,231 




39.90 


8,902 




20.66 


4,609 




97.21 


21,688 




31.24 


6,970 




27.80 


6,203 




41.76 


9,317 




54.46 


12,151 





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ASSESSMENT OF SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. 



53 



SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. 



STATEMENT N. 

Total valuation $ 710,108.00 

Less local assessment 52,629.00 

$ 657,479.00 

Number of miles 4,378. 15 

Value per mile $ 150. 17 

Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



Counties 


Mileage 


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Value 




17.05 
9.16 
58.66 
86.26 
40.57 
57.05 


$ 150. 17 


$ 2,560.00 




1,375.00 






8,809.00 
12,957.00 










6,092.00 


Bladen . 




8,567.00 




57.86 
55.12 
31.88 
25.35 
38.34 
5.00 
18.57 
22.48 
42.80 




8,689.00 




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8,277.00 


Burke . __. . 


1 


4,787.00 




1 


3,807.00 


Caldwell 




5,757.00 
751.00 


Camden . _ . . 




Carteret 




2,789.00 


Caswell _ . . . 




3,376.00 


Catawba. . 




6,427.00 


Chatham _ . _ . 


58.35 
35.97 
30.30 
54.91 
84.52 
80.07 
99.93 
14.30 
62.00 
17.63 
36.96 
65.47 
61.83 
83.33 
22.94 
59.76 
35.64 
74.28 
17.67 
101.97 
81.29 
66.84 
21.58 
33.13 
18.53 
37.65 
58.11 
22.81 
61.22 
16.97 




8,762.00 


Cherokee ... 




5,401.00 


Chowan ... _____ 




4,550.00 






8,246.00 
12,692.00 


Columbus ________ ... .__ 




Craven .__ .__ 




12,024.00 


Cumberland.. ... _ 




15,016.00 
2,147.00 










9,310.00 
2, 655. 00 
5,550.00 
9,832.00 
9,285.00 






Duplin . . 




Durham.. . _ _ 




Edgecombe... _ _ _ 




Forsyth.. . . 




12,514.00 


Franklin . 




3,445.00 
8,974.00 
5,352.00 


Gaston . . 




Gates ... .... .... ___ 




Granville . ... 




11,155.00 


Greene. .. . 




2,654.00 
15,316.00 
12,207.00 


Guilford 





Halifax- . . 




Harnett . 




10,037.00 
3,241.00 
4,975.00 
2,783.00 


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Hertford 




Hoke 




5,654.00 


Iredell 




8, 727. 00 
3,425.00 
9,193.00 






Johnston 




Jones 




2,548.00 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY— Continued. 



Counties 


Mileage 


Value 
per Mile 


Value 




51.22 
30.07 
30.56 
15.92 
90.69 
28.40 
52.24 
97.32 
39.69 
58.67 
92.96 
41.05 
33.05 
49.36 
27.41 
36.31 
27.97 
22.29 
62.99 
25.37 
27.39 
94.77 
10.00 
68.83 
55.78 

154.55 
59.36 
71.98 
76.27 
49.35 
33.74 
78.11 
31.47 
50.53 
38.77 
30.53 
7.00 
39.90 
35.26 

146.59 
31.03 
65.85 
47.31 
18.11 
54.61 
5.36 


$ 150. 17 


$ 7,692.00 




4,516.00 






4,589.00 






2,391.00 






13,619.00 






4,265.00 






7,845.00 






14,616.00 


Mitchell 




5,960.00 






8,810.00 






13,960.00 






6,164.00 






4,963.00 






7,412.00 






4,116.00 






5,453.00 






4,200.00 






3,347.00 






9,459.00 






3,810.00 






4,113.00 


Pitt 




14,232.00 


Polk 




1,502.00 






10,336.00 






8,376.00 






23,209.00 






8,914.00 






10,809.00 






11,453.00 






7,411.00 






5,067.00 






11,730.00 






4,726.00 






7,588.00 






5,822.00 






4,584.00 


Tyrrell . ..- _■ . 




1,051.00 






5,992.00 






5,295.00 


Wake 




22,013.00 






4,660.00 






9,889.00 






7,104.00 


Wilkes. 




2,720.00 






8,200.00 






805.00 








Totals 


4,378.15 




657,479.00 









ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY. 



55 



POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE COMPANY. 

STATEMENT 0. 
Total valuation $ 92,178.71 



Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



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Miles of 
Poles 



Value of 
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Miles of 
Wire 



Value of 
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Value of 

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Total 
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Beaufort 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe 

Cabarrus 

Caswell 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland... 

Davidson 

Durham 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Greene.. 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Henderson 

Hoke 

Johnston 

Mecklenburg.. 

Nash 

New Hanover. 
Northampton. 

Orange 

Pitt 

Polk 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham... 

Rowan 

Scotland 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Wilson 



Cape Fear River. 
Total 



17.20 

16.00 

47.60 

13.90 

8.00 

11.95 

7.40 

8.33 

8.50 

22.00 

45.03 

24.60 

20.00 

14.09 

12.90 

23.00 

9.00 

65.45 

11.00 

21.00 



17.00 
6.50 
23.13 
14.50 
2.00 
5.20 
17.20 
30.00 



1.50 
1.04 
21.20 
29.00 
19.55 
21.55 
70.55 
24.45 
21.00 



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567. 60 
528. 00 

1,570.80 
458. 70 
264. 00 
394. 35 
244. 20 
274. 89 
280.50 
726.00 

1,485.99 
811.80 
660.00 
464. 97 
425. 70 
749.00 ! 
297.00 

2,159.85 
363.00 
693. 00 



561.00 
214.50 
763. 29 
478.50 
66.00 
171.60 
567.60 
990.00 



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34.32 
699. 60 
957. 00 
645. 15 
711.15 
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806. 85 
693.00 



24,166.56 



34.40 

60.00 

95.20 

27.80 

62.00 

83.65 

59.20 

58.31 

17.00 

66.00 

287. 67 

172.20 

40.00 

42.27 

137.05 

184. 00 

27.00 

350. 57 

121.00 

210.00 

40.00 

136. 12 

19.50 

178.65 

43.50 

4.00 

57.20 

34.40 

90.00 

18.00 

11.00 

20.24 

169. 60 

203.00 

175.95 

237.05 

513.83 

268. 95 

63.00 



516.00 

900.00 

1,428.00 

417.00 

930. 00 

1,254.75 

888.00 

874. 65 

255. 00 

990. 00 

4,315.05 

2,583.00 

600.00 

634.05 

2,055.70 

2,760.00 

405.00 

5,258.55 

1,815.00 

3,150.00 

600. 00 

2,041.80 

292.50 

2,679.75 

652. 50 

60.00 

858. 00 

516.00 

1,350.00 

270.00 

165.00 

303. 60 

544. 00 

045.00 

639. 25 

555. 75 

707.45 

034. 25 

945.00 



$ 15. 00 
40.00 
20.00 



4,419.31 



66,289.65 



150.00 
25.00 



20.00 



40.00 
75.00 
55.00 
25.00 
25.00 
15.00 
20.00 



85.00 
15.00 



40.00 



175.00 



150.00 



20.00 



15.00 
25.00 
20.00 
20.00 
250.00 
15.00 
40.00 



$ 1, 



1,395.00 



1,468.00 
3,018.80 

875. 70 
1,344.00 
1,674.10 
1,132.20 
1,169.54 

535.50 
1,756.00 
5,876.04 
3,449.80 
1,285.00 
1,124.02 
2,496.45 
3,539.00 

702.00 
7,503.40 
2,193.00 
3,843.00 

640.00 
2,602.80 

507.00 
3,618.04 
1,131.00 

276. 00 
1,029.60 



1,083.60 

2,360.00 

270.00 

214.50 

337.92 

3,258.60 

4,027.00 

3,304.40 

4,286.90 

10,285.60 

4,856.10 

1,678.00 



91,851.21 
327.50 

92,178.71 



56 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE COMPANY— Continued. 
Apportioned to Towns as follows: 



Towns 



Acme 

Asheville 

Burlington 

Charlotte 

Concord 

Durham 

Elizabethtown— . 

Fayette ville 

Goldsboro 

Hendersonville.- 

F orest ville 

Franklinton 

Gastonia 

Gibson 

Graham 

Greensboro 

Greenville 

Henderson 

High Point 

Kings Mountain. 

Littleton 

Lexington 

Lowell 

New Bern 

Raleigh 

Reids ville 

Salisbury 

Thomasville 

Washington 

Warrenton 

Wilmington 

Wilson 

Winston-Salem... 

Wake Forest 

Elon College 



Miles of 
Poles 



Totals. 



0.25 
1.00 
2.00 
3.00 
1.20 
1.35 
0.50 
3.00 



0.90 
1.83 
3.75 
0.50 
0.72 
4.00 
0.25 
2.00 
1.50 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
0.25 
2.50 
1.00 
2.00 
0.75 
0.25 
1.50 
1.25 
0.25 
0.75 
1.00 
0.80 



Value of 
Poles 



44.55 



8.25 
33.00 
66.00 
99.00 
39.60 
44.55 
16.50 
99.00 



29.70 
60.39 
112.50 
16.50 
23.76 
132. 00 

8.25 
66.00 
49.50 
49.50 
33.00 
33.00 
33.00 

8.25 
82.50 
33.00 
66.00 
24.75 

8.25 
49.50 
41.25 

8.25 
24.75 
33.00 
26.40 



1,458.90 



Miles of 
Wire 



0.50 
4.00 
4.00 

21.00 
8.40 
2.70 
1.00 

21.00 
2.00 
2.00 
9.90 

15.39 

26.25 
1.50 
1.44 

24.00 
1.00 

22.00 

10.50 

13.00 

10.00 
7.00 
8.00 
1.50 

29.00 
8.00 

14.00 
5.25 
3.00 

15.00 
2.50 
1.50 
2.25 

11.00 
1.60 



311.18 



Value of 
Wire 



7. 

60. 

60. 
315. 
126. 

40. 

15. 
315. 

30. 

30. 
148. 
230. 
393. 

22. 

21. 
360. 

15. 
330. 
157. 
195. 
150. 
105. 
120. 

22. 
435. 
120. 
210. 

78. 

45. 
225. 

37. 

22. 

33. 
165. 

24. 



4,667.70 



Value of 

Other 
Property 



150. 00 
15.00 

175.00 
25.00 
25.00 
20.00 
75.00 
15.00 
40.00 



15.00 
20.00 
20.00 



75.00 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
10.00 
20.00 
15.00 



40.00 
250. 00 
15.00 
25.00 
15.00 
40.00 
15.00 
150. 00 
40.00 
25.00 



1,410.00 



Total 
Value 



15.75 
243.00 
141.00 
589.00 
190. 60 
110.05 

51.50 
489. 00 

45.00 

70.00 
178.20 
306. 24 
526. 25 

59.00 

45.36 
567.00 

63.25 
416.00 
227.00 
254.50 
203.00 
153. 00 
153. 00 

70.75 
767.50 
168. 00 
301.00 
118.50 

93.25 
289.50 
228. 75 

70.75 

83.50 
198.00 

50.40 



7,536.60 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY. 



57 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 



STATEMENT Oa. 

Total value $ 845,217.00 

Miles of wire 22,874.62 

Average value per mile $ 36.95 

Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



Counties 


Mileage 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Value 




119.23 

7.00 

396. 94 

10.00 
103.50 
109. 18 
165.00 
194. 38 
296. 35 
154. 00 
466. 32 

29.94 

10.00 

48.60 
268. 30 
160. 00 
199. 78 

78.71 

22.00 
257.05 
616.58 
218.20 
388.20 

28.00 
1,010.34 

38.00 
392. 58 
186. 77 
789. 86 
182. 20 
222. 80 
475.85 
119.63 
122. 20 

10.30 

1,534.38 

670. 15 

91.12 

42.00 
159. 60 
112.92 

13.50 
162. 90 

46.00 
487.43 

22.50 
505.42 

77.26 


$ 36. 95 


$ 4,405.55 




258. 65 






14,666.94 






369. 50 






3,824.33 






4,034.20 






6,096.75 






7,182.35 






10,950.13 






5,690.30 






17,230.54 


Caldwell 




1,106.28 






369. 50 






1,795.77 






9,913.69 






5,912.00 


Chatham _ ._,_ . _ 




7,381.87 






2,908.33 






812.90 






9,498.00 


Columbus . 




22,782.63 






8,062.49 


Cumberland .. 




14,343.99 


Currituck _ _ 




1,034.60 


Davidson . ._ __ 




37,332.07 


Davie . _ 




1,404.10 


Duplin... . _ _ . 




14,505.83 






6,901.12 






29,185.32 


Forsyth . 




6,732.29 






8,232.46 






17,582.66 


Gates .... 




4,422.18 


Granville . 




4,515.29 


Greene . ... 




380. 59 


Guilford 




56,696.34 


Halifax . 




24,762.04 


Harnett 




3,366.88 


Haywood 




1,551.90 






5,897.22 


Hertford 




4,172.39 


Hoke 




498. 83 


Iredell . . 




6,019.16 


Jajckson 




1,699.70 


Johnston 




18,010.00 


Jones. . 




831.38 


Lee 




18,675.27 


Lenoir 




2,854.76 



58 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



Counties 


Mileage 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Value 




50.52 

4.00 

142.07 

173. 02 

189. 90 

, 1,136.51 

65.00 

329.50 

46.56 

216.53 

473.90 

36.00 

125.00 

21.47 

26.90 

337. 20 

32.00 

58.00 

172.21 

60.00 

125.90 

619.56 

502. 90 

891. 65 

1,170.16 

126. 60 

96.00 

139. 00 

35.00 

85.00 

68.00 

78.00 

7.00 

423. 40 

428. 32 

1,269.26 


$ 36.95 


$ 1,866.10 




147. 80 


Madison.. . 




5,249.49 






6,393.09 






7,016.80 






41,994.04 


Montgomery .. _____ _ _. 




2,401.75 


Moore 




12,175.00 


Nash . __ 




1,720.39 


New Hanover ... . . _ _ _ _ __ . ... 




8,000.79 






17,510.50 






1,330.20 






4,618.75 


Pamlico . .__...____.__._. 




793. 31 






1,004.00 


Pender.. . . _ ...... 




12,459.55 






1,182.40 






2,143.10 


Pitt 




6,363.16 


Polk 




2,217.00 






4,652.01 






22,892.74 






18,582.16 






32,946.47 






43,252.00 






4,667.87 






3,547.20 






5,136.05 


Stanly... _ . 




1,293.25 






3,140.75 






2,512.60 






2,882.10 


Tyrrell 




258. 65 






15,644.63 






15,826.43 


Wake- 




46,899.16 




364. 00 




13,449.80 




45.00 
434. 79 

18.00 
427. 77 




1,662.75 






16,065.00 


Wilkes.... 




665. 10 


Wilson.. 




15,806.10 








Totals . __ 


22,874.62 




845,217.00 







Apportioned to Towns as follows: 



Towns 


Mileage 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Value 




5.50 
8.83 
1.85 
0.80 
6.30 
1.07 
31.78 


$ 36. 95 


$ 203. 00 




326.27 






68.36 






29.56 






232. 79 






39.54 


Asheville 




1,174.27 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY. 



59 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



Towns 



Ay den 

Battleboro. 
Bayboro... 
Beaufort- 
Benson 



Bessemer City. 
Bethel 



Black Creek 

Black Mountain. 

Bryson City 

Burgaw 

Burlington 

Cameron 

Canton 

Carthage 

Cary 

Chadbourn 

Charlotte 

Cherry ville 

China Grove 

Claremont 

Clarkton 

Clinton 

Clayton 

Concord 

Conetoe 

Conover 

Cove 

Cleveland 

Clyde 

Creswell 

Davidson 

Dallas 

Dillsboro 

Dunn 

Durham 

Earles 

Elkin 

Elk Park 

Ellenboro 

Elm City 

Enfield 

Everetts 

Faison 

Fair Bluff 

Fayetteville 

Forest City 

Forestville 

Four Oaks 

Franklinton 

Fremont 

Garland 

Gastonia 

Goldsboro 

Goldston 

Godwin 

Graham 



Mileage 



0.30 

7.42 
0.22 
2.40 
3.00 

45.00 
1.89 
5.30 
3.60 
0.80 
3.30 

11.86 
7.44 
0.57 
4.00 

27.64 
9.03 

84.74 
1.16 

37.18 
4.00 
3.99 
0.33 
9.04 

21.91 
1.26 
5.00 
4.00 
5.32 
0.73 
0.28 
1.83 
0.76 
0.67 
6.00 
7.31 
1.00 
0.93 
2.40 
1.51 

19.68 

25.84 
0.80 
6.70 
5.04 

24.90 
0.83 

30.05 
3.42 

11.00 
6.30 
2.00 

53.87 

28.35 
0.83 
2.40 
7.80 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Value 



36.95 



11.08 

274. 17 
8.13 

88.68 

110.85 

1,662.75 

69.83 

195. 84 

133.02 

29.56 

121. 94 

438. 23 

274.91 

21.06 

147. 80 

1,021.30 

333. 66 

3,131.14 

42.86 

1,373.80 

147. 80 

147. 43 

12.19 

334.03 

809.57 

46.56 

184. 75 

147. 80 

196.57 

26.97 

10.35 

67.62 

28.08 

24.76 

221.70 

270. 10 

36.95 

34.36 

88.68 

55.79 

727. 18 
954. 78 

29.56 
247.56 
186. 23 
920.06 

30.67 

1,110.35 

126.37 

406.45 

232. 78 

73.90 
1,990.50 
1,047.53 

30.67 

88.68 
298.21 



60 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



Towns 


Mileage 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Value 




2.00 
114.01 

1.50 

1.46 
12.24 
10.77 
15.34 

9.07 
10.85 
44.40 


$ 36. 95 


$ 73. 90 




4,212.67 






55.42 






53.95 






452.27 






397. 95 






566.81 






335. 14 






400.91 






1,640.58 




1.02 
6.00 
9.28 
7.00 
0.90 
3.20 




37.69 






221. 70 






342. 90 






259. 00 






33.25 






118. 24 




1.29 
0.71 
2.94 
3.99 
4.50 
4.52 
7.18 

31. 78 
7.76 
3.01 
1.46 

18.00 
6.00 
1.08 

19.74 
2.34 
8.00 
9.36 
1.50 
2.85 
7.20 

21.00 
5.11 
1.71 
6.96 
3.14 
1.92 
1.00 
8.00 

10.00 
4.40 
4.28 

22.60 
3.65 
6.34 
0.90 

19.50 
0.26 
0.50 
2.13 
9.06 
1.70 




47.67 






26.23 






108. 63 


Kenly . 




147. 43 


Kelford 




166. 28 






167.01 






264. 00 






1,174.27 






286. 73 


Kittrell— 




111.22 






53.95 






665. 10 






221.70 






39.91 






729.39 






86.46 






295. 60 






345. 85 






55.43 






105.31 






266.04 






775.95 






188. 81 






63.18 






257. 17 






116.02 






70.94 






36.95 






295. 60 






369.50 






162.58 






158. 15 






835. 07 






134. 86 






234. 26 






33.25 






720.53 






9.61 






18.47 






78.70 






334. 77 






62.81 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY. 



61 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



Towns 


Mileage 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Value 




3.17 
1.00 
3.20 
1.00 
5.72 
5.30 
0.83 
7.00 
0.67 

22.00 
9.06 
0.67 
1.40 
5.72 
1.00 
0.10 
2.60 
0.51 
3.96 
3.66 
2.58 
8.30 
4.50 
0.90 

21.33 
7.00 
0.50 
3.00 
0.81 
1.40 
0.40 

36.06 
3.00 

39.59 
0.60 
8.54 

35.82 
0.74 
1.00 

12.00 
4.10 
2.00 
9.20 
1.71 

56.50 
5.00 

23.00 
6.00 

13.42 
1.00 
5.27 
2.00 
1.20 
9.36 
0.60 
0.83 
8.62 
1.66 


$ 36.95 


$ 117.13 




36.95 






118.24 






36.95 






211.35 






195. 83 






30.67 






258. 65 






24.76 






812. 90 






334. 77 






24.76 






51.73 






211.35 






36.95 






3.70 


Old Fort 




96.07 






18.85 






146. 32 


Ore Hill. 




135.00 






95.33 






306. 69 






166. 28 






33.25 


Pineville .. -_. -. 




788. 14 


Polkton 




258. 65 






18.47 






110.85 






29.93 






51.73 






14.78 






1,332.42 


Red Springs _ ._ 




110.85 






1,462.85 






22.17 






315. 55 






1,323.55 






27.34 






36.95 


Rose Hill 




443. 40 






151.50 






73.90 






339. 94 


Salem ___ . _ 




63.18 


Salisbury __ _________ 




2,089.00 


Saluda _ __ ._ 




184. 75 


Sanford 




849. 85 


Seaboard . ... . 




221.70 


Selma . . 




495. 87 


Scotland Neck __ _ ____ 




36.95 


Shelby 




104. 73 


Siler City 




73.90 


Smithfield 




44.34 


Southern Pines. _ 




345. 85 


Spring Hope. .. . 




22.17 


Stanly Creek _. ._ 




30.67 


Statesville... . 




318.51 


Stem 




61.34 



62 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued 






Towns 


Mileage 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Value 


Stokesdale .. .. . . _ 


5.40 
1.74 
1.80 
0.67 

18.00 
0.37 

36.54 
0.80 
0.40 
4.50 
6.09 

16.00 
6.70 
1.74 

14.20 
3.00 
0.87 
0.93 
6.78 

24.10 
6.60 

17.52 
0.92 

50.28 

19.25 
0.50 

16.00 
9.85 


$ 36.95 


$ 199. 52 




64.29 


Stovall 




66.51 


Sylva 




24.75 






668. 43 






13 67 


Thomasville ... _. . . ... .._.._ 




1,350.15 


Trinity. __ 




29.56 






14.78 


Tryon 




166. 28 






225. 02 






591. 20 






247. 56 






64.30 






524. 69 






110.85 






32.14 






34.36 






250. 52 






890. 49 


Whiteville .. ,._ . 




243. 92 






647. 36 






34.00 






1,857.85 






711.28 


Winfall 




18.48 






591.20 






364. 00 









ASSESSMENT OF REFRIGERATOR AND TURNPIKE COMPANIES. 



6:J 



REFRIGERATOR COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT P. 



Name of Company- 


Valuation 


County 


Value 




$ 4,000 

1,600 

27,900 

200 

200 

440 

21,000 

250 
2,000 

700 
31,540 


Buncombe 


$ 4,000 






1,600 






9,300 






9,300 






9,300 




Wa,ke 


200 




Wake 


200 






440 


Southern Cotton Oil Co... . 




10,500 




Wake 


10,500 




Wake.. 


250 




Chatham 


1,000 






1,000 




Wake 


700 




Guilford 


10,513 






10,514 




Wake 


10,513 








Totals 


89,830 


89,830 







TURNPIKE COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT Pa. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


County 


Value 


Blowing Rock Line 


$ 575 

1,050 
14,000 

2,310 


Caldwell 


S 523 




Watauga 


52 


Boone and Blowing Rock Turnpike Co 




1,050 


Lenoir and Blowing Rock Turnpike Co _ 


Caldwell 


11,666 






2,333 


Valle Crucis, Shawneehaw and Elk Park Turnpike Co. 




1,444 




Watauga. 


866 








Totals 


17,935 


17,935 







64 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT Q. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


County 


Value 


Albemarle Steam Navigation Co 


$ 26,000 

3,000 
6,000 
4,000 

2,000 

2,400 

3,000 

600 

600 

4,400 

20,000 

1,500 

4,000 

600 

1,000 

15,000 




$ 6,500 






6,500 




Hertford 


6,500 






6,500 


Carolina Transportation Co 




3,000 


Chowan Motor Co 


Hertford 


6,000 






2,000 






2,000 






1,000 






1,000 


Fairfield and Elizabeth City Transportation Co. 


Hyde... _- 


2,400 




3,000 






600 




Hyde 


600 






4,400 






6,667 






6,666 






6,667 






750 






750 






4,000 






600 






1,000 






15,000 








Totals 


94, 100 


94,100 







WATERWORKS COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT R. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


County 


Value 




$ 4,000 
2,500 




$ 4.000 






2,500 








Totals 


6,500 


6,500 







ASSESSMENT OF STREET RAILWAY AND CANAL COMPANIES. 



STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT S. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


County 


Value 




$ 369,800 

50,000 

2,500 

12,000 

9,000 

233,180 

152,719 

29,350 

534,170 




$ 369,800 




Polk. 


50,000 






2,500 






12,000 






9,000 




Guilford... 


233,180 






52,535 






100,184 






23,480 






5,870 






534,170 








Totals 


1,392,719 


1,392,719 







BRIDGE AND CANAL COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT T. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


Gounty 


Value 


Fairfield Canal and Turnpike Co 


$ 7,675 

39,000 

1,000 

1,000 


Hyde 


$ 7,675 


Lake Drummond Canal and Water Co . 




39,000 






1,000 






1,000 








Totals 


48,675 


48,675 







Part II.— Corp. Comm., 1914.— 5 



66 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ELECTRIC LIGHT AND GAS COMPANIES. 



STATEMENT U. 



Name of Company 



Valuation 



County- 



Value 



Black Mountain Telephone Corporation 

Brevard Light and Power Co 

Carolina Power and Light Co 



Cascade Power Co 

Catawba Manufacturing and Electric Power Co 

Citizens Light and Power Co 

Concord Gas Co 

Duplin Light and Power Co 

Elizabeth City Electric Light and Power Co 

Fayetteville Light and Power Co 

Gaston County Gas Co 

Goldsboro Gas Co 

Hendersonville Light and Power Co 

Leaksville Light and Power Co 

Murphy Light and Power Co __. 

New Bern Gas Co 

North Carolina Electrical Power Co 

Randolph Power Co.- 

Rich Square Electric Light and Power Co 

Southern Gas Improvement Co 

Southern Power Co 



Southern Public Utilities Co 

Weaverville Electric Co 

Winston-Salem Gas Co 

Yadkin River Power Co 



6,200 
1,000 
93,246 



5,000 

19,760 

9,950 

15,000 

800 

2,620 

12,500 

100,000 

8,500 

8,000 

5,000 

500 

2,500 

33,290 



250 

2,000 
17,750 

1,267,527 



544,671 

2,071 

25,000 

254,675 



Buncombe 

Transylvania.. 

Wake •___ 

Chatham 

Lee 

Harnett 

Cumberland... 

Franklin 

Vance 

Granville 

Transylvania. 
Mecklenburg.. 

Caldwell 

Cabarrus 

Duplin 

Pasquotank- 
Cumberland... 

Gaston 

Wayne 

Henderson 

Rockingham.. 

Cherokee 

Craven 

Buncombe 

Madison 

Haywood 

Randolph 

Northampton. 

Vance 

Pasquotank— . 

Alamance 

Cabarrus 

Catawba 

Cleveland 

Davidson 

Durham 

Forsyth 

Gaston 

Guilford.. 

Iredell 

Lincoln 

Mecklenburg.. 

Orange 

Randolph 

Rowan 

Stanly. 

Union 

Mecklenburg.. 

Buncombe 

Forsyth 

Richmond 

Montgomery.. 

Moore. 

Lee 



6,200 

1,000 
27,569 

1,748 

9,677 
16,164 
13,044 

8,880 
12,626 

3,538 

5,000 
19,760 

9,950 

15,000 

800 

2,620 

12,500 

100,000 

8,500 

8,000 

5,000 
500 

2,500 
20,888 
10,444 

1,958 
250 

2,000 
10,650 

7,100 
46,290 
95,300 
85,770 
46,290 
87,132 
28,590 
19,060 
154,115 
91,897 
85,770 
35,398 
188,312 
43,567 

4,085 
89,855 
78,964 
87,132 
544,671 

2,071 
25,000 
70,695 
143 
34,416 
27,246 



ASSESSMENT OF ELECTRIC LIGHT AND GAS COMPANIES. 



67 



ELECTRIC LIGHT AND GAS COMPANIES— Continued. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


County 


Value 


Yadkin River Power Co. — Continued 




Chatham 


% 5,736 




Wake.... 


42,733 




Scotland 


26,815 






30,113 




Anson 


16,777 








Totals 


$2,437,810 


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87 



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91 



PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



STATEMENT W— List of Counties with Apportionment of Valuation to Each for the Year 1914. 


County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




North Carolina Railroad '. 


17.05 


$69,497.32 
223. 11 
150. 17 
36.95 


$ 1,184,929 




Pullman Co 


3,804 








2,560 








4,406 








1,000 










30,327 










1,412 










1,836 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,099 










46,290 










1,163 










72 






1 


300 








1,220 




Total... 








1,2804.18 






9.16 


39,120.09 
150.17 
36.95 




Alexander 


358,340 






1,375 








258 








9,778 










3,315 










800 




Total 










373,866 






13.72 


33,694.20 

150. 17 

22,363.13 




Anson 


462,284 






8,809 






17.17 


383,975 






6,500 






27.58 


28,217.50 
223.11 


778,239 






6,153 








5,866 








36.95 


14,666 








700 








2,500 




Yadkin River Power Co . 




16,777 




Total. 


I 






1,686,469 






1 




Ashe 


1,429 






6.00 


2,000.00 


12,000 




Total 






13,429 




East Tennessee and Western N. C. Railroad 


3.18 
12.00 


8,843.00 

2,500.00 

36.95 




Avery 


28,120 




30,000 






369 




Valle Crucis, Shawneehaw and Elk Park Tp. Co. 




1,444 








700 




Total 










60,633 













92 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 




$ 


$ 1,468 






6.62 


33,694.20 
223.11 
150.17 


223,056 
7,617 
12,957 
















81 








36.95 


3,824 








600 






59.52 


12,990.00 


773,166 






4,773 










216 










14,515 






33.50 


2,009.50 


67,318 






1,000 




Total 










1,110.591 






13.09 


33,694.20 
150.17 




Bertie 


441,057 






6,092 








1,785 








36.95 


4,034 








580 






7.48 
18.00 


28,217.50 
2,465.90 


211,067 






44,386 






6,500 










17,769 








223. 11 


3,525 








2,000 










100 




Total 










738,904 








223. 11 






7,318 








1,956 






32.80 


28^217.50 


925,534 






370 








150. 17 

36.95 

3,000.00 


8,567 








6,097 




Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 


24.25 


72,750 
3,019 










511 




Total 










1,026,122 








223. 11 
33,694.20 
28,217.50 

150. 17 
36.95 






5,605 






12.77 

12.24 


430,275 






345,382 






8,277 








7,182 








15,000 










600 










10,122 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






875 




Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern Railroad 
Total . 


30.20 




80,534 










903,852 

















ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



93 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Vaiue 








$ 


$ 1,600 






2.13 


4,694.83 


10,000 






4,000 










2,071 






47.52 
10.34 


39,120.09 

22,500.00 

223. 11 


1,858,987 






232,650 






13.166 








20,888 








369,800 






6.34 


3,765.80 
150. 17 


23,875 






8,689 








136,272 








36.95 

4,424.77 


10,950 




Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway 


2.26 


10,000 

362 










5,189 






4.00 


3,428.57 


13,714 






1,225 










721 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,344 




Total 










2,725,503 




Southern Railway Co 


20.70 


39,120.09 
223. 11 
150. 17 
36.95 






1,161,867 




6,626 








4,787 




* 




5,690 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 




13,024 






2.18 


9,317.68 


20,313 




Hickory Electric Co. _______ _ _ 


1,545 




Total 










1,213,852 






17.16 
1.15 


69,497.32 

6,000.00 

223. 11 




Cabarrus 


1,192,574 






6,900 




Pullman Co ___ _ 


3,829 




Gold Hill Telephone Co 




25 








700 








150. 17 
36.95 


3,807 








17,231 




Concord Telephone Co. __ 




3,700 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. __ 




5,013 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. .. 


1 


6,241 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


1 


1,674 




Southern Power Co.. .. 


I 


95,300 




Tulin Telephone Co 


1 


840 






1 


15,000 




Lowerstone Telephone Co. ___ 


1 


280 




Salisbury and Spencer Railway _ 


1 


5,870 




Norfolk Southern Railroad, Western Div 

Total 


7.08 


4,823.45 


34,150 




1,393,134 








150. 17 
36.95 




Caldwell. 


5,757 




Western Union Telegraph Co... 




1,106 




Lenoir Electric Co _ ___ 


5,000 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway. 


38.34 


9,317.68 


357,240 



94 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 


Caldwell 






$ 


$ 9,950 










500 










11,666 










1,545 










1,350 






2.49 


5,000.00 


12,450 






523 




Total 










407,087 








150. 17 

223. 11 

36.95 

12,990.00 






751 




•Pullman Co... . ... _. 




1,118 




Western Union Telegrpah Co 




370 






5.00 


64,950 






6,666 




Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tel. Co.. 
Total.. 






9,940 












83,795 








150. 17 




Carteret. 


2,789 








8,582 








36.95 
12,990.00 
14,625.74 


1,796 






3.18 
15.75 


41,308 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. &. N. C. Div.. 


230,355 
1,000 










4,400 




Total 










290,230 












Caswell 


260 






6.95 
14.60 


39,120.09 

9,090.91 

223. 11 

150. 17 

36.95 

7,334.96 


271,885 






132,727 






4,808 








3,376 








9,914 






.93 


6,822 






1,000 








2,596 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co... .. L_ . 




1,132 








263 










500 










430 










32 










1,000 




Total . 










436,745 






22.86 


39,120.09 
223. 11 
150.17 






894,285 






5,100 








6,427 








6,046 








36.95 


5,912 








5,410 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway Co 


12.56 


9,317.68 


117,030 

6,578 










85,770 




Total 










1,132,558 






1 


1 





ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



95 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






11.00 
24.99 
18.59 


$ 3,000.00 
11,171.71 
28,217.50 


$ 33,000 






279,181 






524,563 




Snow Camp Mutual Telephone Co. ... 


244 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — R. and S. P. Div. 
Norfolk Southern Railroad — D. and C. Div 


7.46 

7.22 


5,789.22 

2,929.20 

223. 11 


43,188 

21,149 

1,649 








1,000 








150. 17 


8,762 








500 








36.95 


7,381 








1,748 










10,000 










1,210 










164 




Yadkin River Power Co 






5,736 




Bonlee Telephone Co 






2,000 






17.88 


4,994.45 


89,286 




S.-J. Telephone Co 


545 




Total 










1,031,306 






23.99 


39,120.09 
150. 17 
36.95 






938,491 




Southern Express Co 


5,401 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




2,908 




Andrews Telephone Co 




1,246 




Louisville and Nashville Railroad 


13.16 

7.50 


6,022.79 
1,250.00 


79,260 




Snowbird Valley Railroad 


9,375 




Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 


9,018 










500 




Total 










1,046,199 






32.64 


12,990.00 

150. 17 

223. 11 

36.95 






423,994 




Southern Express Co 


4,550 




Pullman Co 




2,247 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




813 








7,756 




Albemarle Steam Navigation Co ._ 






6,500 










1,500 










112 




Yeopim Telephone Co. 






350 




Total 










447,822 












Clay 


2,016 






8.77 
24.80 
21.34 


45,878.67 
5,000.00 
28,217.50 




Cleveland 


402,356 




South Carolina and Georgia Extension.. 


124,000 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


602,161 




Lattimore Telephone Co .. _. 


900 




Pullman Co 




223. 11 


1,957 




Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 




13,042 








150. 17 


8,246 








500 




Boiling Springs Telephone Co 






250 



96 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 








$ 36. 95 
3,207.50 


$ 9,498 






9.06 


20,000 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co... . . 


3,931 






i 


1,170 








46,290 




Total 










1,234,301 






75.62 


33,694.20 
223.11 

28,217.50 
150. 17 
36.95 






2,547,955 






13,247 






8.90 


251,136 






12,692 








22,783 








12,159 










536 




Total . 










2,860,508 






9.44 


33,694.20 






318,073 






9,000 










1,756 








150. 17 


12,024 








5,227 










8,062 






25.60 
45.25 


12,990.00 
14,625.74 


332,544 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. and N. C. Div. 


661,815 
3,000 










42,200 










750 






1.00 


2,000.00 


2,000 






2,500 











723 










600 




Total 










1,400,274 






57.14 


33,694.20 

223. 11 

150. 17 

36.95 

3,386.07 




Cumberland 


1,925,287 






7,305 








15,016 








14,344 






16.00 


54,177 






45 










43,388 








13,044 








8,118 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— R. & S. P. Div.... 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 


17.50 


5,789.22 


101,312 

5,876 




Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad 


7.50 


3,000.00 


22,500 
12,500 




Total 










2,222,912 






14.47 


12,990.00 
150. 17 
36.95 
223. 11 






187,965 






2,147 






1,035 






3,231 




Currituck Telephone Co ' 


2,500 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

^.ssessec 
Value 



Currituck 

{Continued. ) 



Dare 

Davidson. 



Davie. 



Duplin. 



Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tel. Co. 
Pasquotank and North River Steamboat Co.. 



Total. 



Eastern Carolina Transportation Co.. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Co 

Muddy Creek Telephone Co 

North State Telephone Co 

Carolina and Yadkin River Railway Co 

Hamby's Creek Telephone Co 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway 

Davidson Telephone Co 

Enterprise Telephone Co 

Pullman Co 

Thomasville Telephone Co 

Southern Express Co 

Southern Power Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. _.. 

Lexington Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Midway Telephone Co 

Orinoco Telephone Co 

Lee Telephone Co 

Rich Fork Telephone Co 

Fairmont-Silver Hill Telephone Co ' 

Denton Telephone Co ' 



24.80 



37. 23 



,497.32 



2,697.86 



22,363.13 



150. 17 



Total. 



North Carolina Midland Railroad 17 

Rural Telephone Co 

Cooleemee Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ___| j 

Southern Express Co 1 .__ 

Mocksville Telephone Co 1 

Western Union Telegraph Co ; 

I 

Total ! 



20,499.85 



150.17 



36.95 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Wallace Telephone Co 

Pullman Co 

Duplin Light and Power Co 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Teachey's Dell Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Hallsville Telephone Co 

Rose Hill Telephone Co 

Armour Car Lines Co 

Cabin and Beulaville Telephone Co 



36.96 | 33,694.20 



223. 11 



150. 17 
36.95 



Total. 



6,777 
6,667 



210,322 



1,000 



1,723,534 

173 

70 

247 

79,075 

200 

832,580 

180 

200 

5,533 

2,500 

9,310 

87,132 

37,332 

6,382 

5,862 

10,956 

3,450 

1,265 

254 

220 

340 

910 

570 



2,808,275 



362,437 

943 

500 

2,060 

2,655 

800 

1,404 



370,799 



1,245,338 

2,115 

• 7,577 

800 

5,550 

14,506 

760 

9,219 

600 

3,000 

9,300 

895 



.,299,660 



Part II.— Corp. Comm., 1914.— 7 



98 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Durham 




11.18 
16.22 

8.18 
10.39 

9.25 
21.68 


$39,120.09 
69,497.32 
20,952.05 
28,217.50 
4,993.58 
21,664.62 
223. 11 


$ 437,363 
1,127,247 




North Carolina Railroad __ . . 






171,388 
293,180 








f 


46,190 




Norfolk and Western Railway 


469,689 




Pullman Co _ ... 


3,619 




Southern Cotton Oil Co 




10,500 








150. 17 
36.95 


9,832 
6,901 














72 










5,006 




Southside Telephone Co 






267 




North Carolina Telephone Co.. 






582 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co _ 






1,390 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,285 




Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co. _. . 






70,000 










28,590 




Total 










2,683,101 






43.83 


33,694.20 

223. 11 

150.17 

36.95 




Edgecombe 


1,476,817 




Pullman Co... . 


7,97b 








9,285 






29,185 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co... 




24,050 






18.00 


2,737.00 


49,267 






33,132 








4.132 








36,597 




Nash Telephone Co._ ... . .. 




892 




Total 










1,671,333 






36.71 


39,120.09 




Forsyth.. 


1,436,099 
110 














90p 
230 




Muddy Creek Telephone Co 








Good Will Telephone Co 






450 






10.77 
13.73 
7.16 


11,171.71 
20,499.85 
22,363.13 


120,319 






281,463 






160,120 






19,060 








150. 17 


12,514 








108,495 








36.95 
21,664.62 


6,732 






15.27 


330,819 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


1,124 










700 










235 










3,557 




Pullman Co 




223.11 


6,537 








500 










25,000 










200 










800 










200 










200 




Total.. 










2,516,364 

















ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 99 

LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 






22. 94 


$28,217.50 


$ 647,310 






1,510 










2,885 








150. 17 
36.95 


3,445 








8,233 








18,505 










167 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .. 


1 


2,497 






I 


500 






1 


8,880 




Total. 


1 
1 






693,932 




Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway 


23.00 
17.50 


45,878.67 
28,217.50 






1,055,210 




493,806 






529 








223. 11 
150. 17 
36.95 


5,132 








8,974 








17,583 








39,539 






19.26 


9,317.68 


179,459 






9,237 






- . J 


154,115 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






3,539 










100,184 




Total 










2,067,307 






14.84 


33,694.20 
150. 17 






500,022 






5,352 








20,144 








36.95 
12,990.00 


4,422 






20.79 


270,062 






6,500 




Pullman Co. ._ _. .. 


223.11 


3,637 








343 




Total 








810,482 






6.50 


1,250.00 




Graham . 


8,125 




Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co._ . . __ 


501 




Total 1 








8,626 










Granville 


1,000 






43.80 
2.20 
3.73 


39,120.09 
9,090.91 
3,000.00 


1,713,460 






20,000 






11,190 






13,857 






22.36 
4.51 


28,217.50 

28,217.50 

150. 17 


630,943 




Seaboard Air Line Railway — 0. and C. L 


127,261 
11,155 






1,566 




r 


36.95 
223. 11 


4,515 








491 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. .. 




640 




Carolina Power and Light Co. 






3,538 




North Granville Telephone Co 






300 




Total 










2,539,916 













100 



N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County- 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




East Carolina Railway. 


9.63 


$ 2,737.00 


$ 26,358 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 


3,471 






8.04 


12,990.00 

150. 17 

3,000.00 


104,440 






2,654 






7.00 


21,000 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 


702 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . ._ 




36.95 
223. 11 


381 








1,794 




Total . 








160,800 






26.30 

39.26 

3.04 

33.37 


39,120.09 
11,171.71 
12,500.00 
69,497.32 






1,028,859 






438,602 




High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and So. R.R. 


38,000 
2,319,126 




Liberty Telephone Co.. .... _ 


92 




Gibsonville Telephone Co. . 






1,500 




Pullman Co. . _ . _. 




223. 11 
150. 17 
36.95 


13,960 




Southern Express Co _ ._ 




15,316 








56,696 








233,180 








10,513 








173,389 




Southeast Guilford Telephone Co . . _ 




2,680 




North State Telephone Co . . 




27,383 




Farmers Telephone Co. . .. 




400 








14,333 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. ... 




7,503 




Good Will Telephone Co.._. 




575 








146 




v ..... ... 




91,897 




Rich Fork Telephone Co. 






160 






._ 




87 










60 










690 










2,000 










100 




Carolina and Yadkin River Railway Co 

Total 


2.19 


2,697.86 


5,908 




4,483,155 






62.03 


33,694.20 






2,090,051 






17,972 






20.20 


28,217.50 
223.11 


569,993 






12,106 








33,525 








150. 17 
36.95 


12,207 








24,762 








21,457 










6,262 






1.64 


2,000.00 


3,280 






2,193 










1,563 




Total .- -- 










2,795,371 

















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101 





LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






.68 
23.01 


$ 4,993.58 

33,694.20 

223.11 

150.17 

36.95 


$ 3,395 








775,304 






1,432 








10,037 








3,367 






16,164 








90 










25,875 






20.62 
15.00 
25.96 


20,952.05 
3,176.46 

5,789.22 


432,031 






47,647 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— R. and S. P. Div. 


150,288 
1,620 








30 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 




3,843 




S.-J. Telephone Co; 




242 




Total- 










1,471,365 






21.58 


39,120.09 
150. 17 






844,212 








3,241 








6,814 








36.95 


1,552 








4,470 




Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad 


18.00 


3,889.00 


70,000 
10,000 








223.11 


3,123 








1,958 




Total 










945,370 






21-56 


22,500.00 






485,100 








4,810 








150. 17 
36.95 


4,975 








5,897 








18,236 










2,264 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






640 






11.57 


4,490.50 


51,955 






2,500 










8,000 










12,000 




Total 










596,377 












Hertford 


6,000 








14.53 


33,694.20 

150. 17 

36.95 

2,465.90 


489,576 






2,783 








4,172 






4.00 


9,864 




Albemarle Steam Navigation Co 


6,500 




United Telephone Co _ . 






3,536 










1,577 










19,724 










200 




Pullman Co.. _. ._ .. .. 




223.11 


2,811 








215 




Hicks Telephone Co. 






50 




Total 










547,008 













102 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Hoke 




39.25 

10.00 


.$ 3,386.07 
1,363.63 


$ 132,904 






13,636 

2,603 
500 








Western Union Telegraph Co... . _ 


- . 


36.95 
150. 17 








5,654 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ 




18,933 




Total . 










174,230 












Hyde 


1,227 










7,675 










2,500 




Fairfield and Elizabeth City Transport'n Co. . 






2,400 




Lake Landing Transporation Co... ... _ 






600 










957 




Total 










15,359 






53.20 
4.91 


39,120.09 
20,499.85 




Iredell 


2,081,189 






100,654 






32,024 








223. 11 
150. 17 


4,487 








8,727 








7,000 








36.95 


6,019 








85,770 










16,035 










750 










1,500 










565 










400 




Total 










2,345,120 






22.81 


39,120.09 
150.17 
36.95 






892,329 






3,425 








1,700 








530 










640 










4,709 




Total 










903.333 






26.24 


67,497.32 






1,823,610 






600 










70 










14,307 






43.62 


33,694.20 
223. 11 


1,469,741 






12,592 








12,507 










9,577 








150. 17 
36.95 


9,193 








18,010 








507 










3,680 










35,025 




Norfolk Southern Railroad ._ 


.36 


12,990.00 


4,676 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



103 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALL 


ATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 








$ 


$ 116 


{Continued. ) 








750 


Total -. . 










3,414,961 






12.79 


33,694.20 
150. 17 






430,950 






2,548 








5,096 








36.95 


831 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and N. C. Div. 


4.18 
18.00 


61,135 




2,000.00 


36,000 






75 




Total .. 










536,635 






22.49 
8.55 
6.93 
9.00 

13.47 


28,217.50 

33,694.20 

11,171.71 

3,176.46 

5,789.22 

150. 17 

36.95 






634,612 






288,085 






77,420 






28,588 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — R. & S. P. Div 


77,981 
7,692 








18,675 








9,677 








223. 11 


5,016 








3,295 










27,246 




S.-J. Telephone Co 






9,213 




Total 










1,187,500 






11.07 


33,694.20 






372,995 






8,582 






150. 17 


4,516 






16,566 






36.95 


2,855 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. & N. C. Div... 
Kinston-Carolina Railroad and Lumber Co. ... 


19.00 
23.00 

6.00 


277,889 




1,500.00 
3,000.00 


34,500 
18,000 




Pink Hill Telephone Co 


1,500 










30 




Total 










737,433 






15.60 


28.217.50 
150. 17 






440,193 






4,589 








1,866 










12,923 






14.96 


9,317.68 


139,392 






35,398 




Total 










634,361 






2.52 


39,120.09 
150. 17 
36.95 




Macon 


98,583 






2,391 








148 




Franklin Telephone and Electric Co.. 




2,000 



104 



CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 




Tallulah Falls Railway Co.. 


14.50 


$ 7,471.24 


$ 108,333 
460 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




Total 








211,915 




Laurel Telephone Co. 1 








500 




Spring Creek Telephone Co. . 1 




1,000 






28.40 


39,120.09 

223. 11 

150. 17 

36.95 


1,111 010 




Pullman Co._ . . 


6,336 








4,265 
5,250 










American Telephone and Telegraph Co. . 




3,944 




Madison Telephone Co. .. . _ 






138 




North Buncombe Telephone Co. . _- 






79 




Madison County Railroad __ . 


10.00 


52,000.00 


50,000 




North Carolina Electrical Power Co. 


10,444 




Total 










1,192,966 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. - 


52.24 


33,694.20 
150. 17 
36.95 






1,760,485 






7,845 








6,393 




Williamston Telephone Co.__ __________ 




4,568 




Roanoke and Tar River Steamboat Co. _ 






4,000 










2,000 




Total 










1,785,291 




Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad 


44.47 
33.24 
13.90 


22,500.77 

39,120.09 

5,000.00 

223. 11 

150. 17 

36.95 






1,000,609 




1,261,232 




South Carolina and Georgia Extension Ry 


69,500 
7,193 








13,619 








7,017 








2,000 










3,520 




Total - 










2,364,690 






34.88 
11.42 
11.90 
23.90 


39,120.09 

45,878.67 
69,497.32 
28,217.50 




Mecklenburg 


1,364,509 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway 


523,934 
827,018 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


674,398 
10,514 




Pullman Co. 


223.11 


10,575 








199,431 








150. 17 

36.95 


14,616 








41,994 








23,046 










1,000 










3,618 










125 




Norfolk Southern Railway— Western Div 


15.19 


4,823.45 


73,268 
544,671 










19,760 








188,312 




Huntersville Telephone Co 


! 


1,250 



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105 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 


Mecklenburg 

{Continued.) 






$— 


$ 52,535 








Total 










4,574,574 




Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad 


39.57 


22,500.77 
150. 17 




Mitchell.. 


890,356 




5,960 








1,031 






.07 


4,200.00 


294 




Total 






897,621 






3.09 


22,363.13 
150. 17 




Montgomery 


69,102 




8,810 








1,893 










1,050 








36.95 










1,000 










143 










2,390 










246 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — D. and C. Div 

Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and A. Div 

Total 


10.00 
45.60 


2,929.20 
4,151.43 


29,292 
189,305 




305,633 






24.58 


28,217.50 
223.11 






693,586 




Pullman Co.. - .. . _. . 


5,484 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co.. _ 




1,263 




Ether Rural Telephone Co. 






420 










80 










1,000 








150. 17 

36.95 

3,386.07 

2,222.22 


13,960 








12,175 






2.50 
2.50 


8,465 






50,000 






7,369 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and A. Div. ... 

Norfolk Southern Railroad— D. and C. Div 

Yadkin River Power Co.. 


27.00 
26.00 


4,151.43 
2,929.20 


112,089 
76,159 
34,416 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — C. and P. Div 

Cooperative Telephone Co. _ _ 


12.50 


2,560.00 


32,000 
3,000 










4,000 




Total 










1,055,466 






30.38 


33,694.20 




Nash 


1,023,629 






1,131 




Pullman Co.. _ _ . _ _ 




223.11 


4,875 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.. . . 




21,100 








150. 17 


6,164 








4,344 








36.95 


1,720 








658 










2,985 


' 




10.67 


12,990.00 


138,603 






608 










40 




Total 










1,205,857 













106 



H". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






30.91 
3.37 


$33,694.20 
28,217.50 
223. 11 
150. 17 
36.95 
657. 14 


$ 1,041,487 
95,093 

3,787 








Pullman Co. 






4,963 




Western Union Telegraph Co . 


8,000 






3.50 


2,300 
534. 170 




Tidewater Power Co _. _ 






3,000 






126,961 








440 




Postal Telegraph Cable Co 




603 




Onslow Telephone Co _ 






727 




Total 










1,821,531 






8.79 


33,694.20 




Northampton 


296,172 


United Telephone Co 


464 






42.33 


28,217.50 

223. 11 

150. 17 

36.95 


1,194,165 




Pullman Co. . 


5,944 




Southern Express Co .... ... . 




7,412 






17,511 






5,364 






9.00 


2,222.22 


20,000 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 


2,886 




Postal Telegraph Cable Co 




1,030 








550 








4,200 






4.00 


2,000.00 


8,000 






1,150 








2,000 




Total J 








1,566,848 






• 
36.31 


33,694.20 






1,223,436 






7,964 






150. 17 
36.95 


5,453 






1,330 








5,185 






5.40 


2,000.00 


10,800 






750 










120 




Total—.- - 










1,255,038 




North Carolina Railroad 


17.27 
10.14 


69,497.32 

3,000.00 

223. 11 

150. 17 




Orange-. 


1,200,219 




30,420 






3,853 






4,116 






4,034 






36.95 


4,619 






43,567 




Chapel Hill Telephone Co.. 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co ' 


............ 


2,950 
1,416 
1,084 




Orange Telephone Co 






1,789 

778 




Total - 










1,298,845 














■ 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 
LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



107 



County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 




Norfolk Southern Railroad 


21.52 


$12,990.00 
36.95 


$ 279,545 








793 










Washington and Vandemere Railroad Co 6.50 


2,000.00 
150. 17 


13,062 
4,200 




Total '' 






279,600 






12,990.00 

' 150.17 

36.95 

223. 11 




Pasquotank 




23.66 


307,343 




3,347 






1,004 








2,704 










14,307 










1,000 










6,667 










7,100 










2,620 








1,000 




Total 








347,092 














1,539 










247 






62.99 


33,694.20 

223. 11 

150. 17 

36.95 


2,122,398 






5,620 








9,459 








12,460 








8,042 










9,300 










1,309 




Total ... 










2,170,374 






12,990.00 








29.21 


379,440 




Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tel. Co.. 


11,220 








2,388 








223. 11 
150. 17 
36.95 


3,516 








3,810 








1,102 




Total 








401,556 






9,090.91 
150. 17 
36.95 




Person... 




5.20 


47,273 






4,113 




Western Union Telegraph Co . 




2,143 




North Carolina Telephone Co 


343 






200 




Norfolk and Western Railway 22. 19 


21,664.62 
223. 11 


480,738 
1,160 








2,222 








34 








384 




Total 






538,610 













Pitt. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



. 56.49 33,694.20 



1,903,385 
2,360 



108 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 


Pitt . 


Pullman Co _. 




$ 223.11 
150. 17 
36.95 


$ 6,490 


{Continued.) 






14,232 
6,363 












196 






9.07 


2,737.00 


24,825 
29,681 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.. . 






24.83 


12,990.00 


322,542 




Total 






2,310,074 






10.00 


22,500.00 
223.11 




Polk . ... 


225,000 






2,231 




Polk County Telephone Co. . _. 




1,680 








150. 17 
36.95 


1,502 








2,217 








1,145 








345 








30 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co . 


270 






11,022 










50,000 




Total 










295,442 






30.49 

23.74 

.60 


11,171.71 
12,500.00 
69,497.32 






340,625 




High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and So. R.R. 


296,750 
41,700 






7,332 






1 


1,408 






1 


2,500 










4,085 








150. 17 


10,332 








3,254 








36.95 


4,652 








260 








223. 11 


134 








60 










320 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and A. Div 


14.60 


4,151.43 


60,611 

2,500 










1,650 










250 










30 










520 










230 










37 










36 






2.71 


2,697.86 


7,311 




Total - 






786,587 






43.66 


28,217.50 
223.11 






1,231,876 






9,222 








70,695 








150. 17 
3,977.51 


8,376 




Carolina, Atlantic and Western Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. .-- 


4.99 


19,847 
29,267 



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109 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 








$ 36. 95 


$ 22,895 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 




214 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — -A. and-A. Div 


9.00 
16.67 


4,151.43 

2,934.58 


37,363 

48,919 




Mt. Gilead Telephone Co 


110 




Total 










1,478,782 






81.27 


33,694.20 






2,738,328 












30.60 


28,217.50 

223. 11 

150. 17 

36.95 

1,363.63 


863,456 




Pullman Co.. _ . _____ . 


14,793 








23,209 








18,582 






1.00 


1,364 






1,000 










11,834 




Maxton, Alma and Southbound Railroad 


15.15 


1,600.00 


24,240 
200 






20.76 


6,255.34 


129,450 






6,544 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






338 




Virginia and Carolina Southern Railway 


23.00 


3,000.00 


69,000 
14,541 










30,113 




Total 










3,946,992 






21.65 
10.44 


39,120.09 
11,171.71 






846,950 






116. 633 






17,501 








223. 11 

150. 17 

36.95 

7,334.96 

21,664.62 


9,293 








8,914 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




32,947 






7.25 
20.02 


53,179 






433,725 






3,000 








8,564 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






3,258 




Good Will Telephone Co 






225 










100 










5,000 




Total 










1,539,289 






17.52 


39,120.09 




Rowan 


685,384 






500 




North Carolina Railroad 


20.60 
16.66 


69,497.42 
6,000.00 


1,431,645 
99,960 




Lowerstone Telephone Co 


1,220 






73,942 




Pullman Co 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. __ _ 




223.11 
150. 17 
36.95 


8,505 
10,809 
43,252 




Albemarle Telephone Co._ 




1,511 




Gold Hill Telephone Co ' 


1,825 




Concord Telephone Co 


1,300 



110 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 






17.20 


$20,499.85 


$ 352,597 
4,027 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 










138 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






7,766 




China Grove Telephone Co. . 




485 




Southern Power Co. .. . __ . 




89,855 




Independent Telephone Co. ... .. .. . 




600 










23,480 




Total 










2,838,802 




Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad 

South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R.._ 


27.21 

• 24.90 

20.42 

3.00 


22,500.77 
5,000.00 

28,217.50 
4,266.66 






612,246 




124,500 
576,202 






12,800 






320 








150. 17 


11,453 








2,000 








36.95 


4,677 




Cliffside Telephone Co 




1,000 




Forest City-Rutherfordton Telephone Co... ._ 






500 










1,625 










5,000 










710 




Green River Telephone Co. . ... 






270 




Total 










1,353,303 






49.35 


33,694.20 






1,662,809 






639 








150. 17 
36.95 


7,411 








3,547 








1,090 










1,000 










1,500 










5,630 










240 




Total 










1,683,866 






18.00 


6,944.44 

223. 11 

33,694.20 

28,217.50 

150. 17 






125,000 






6,111 






10.03 
15.58 


337,952 






439,629 






5,067 








13,597 








36.96 


5,136 








2,325 










3,304 




Carolina, Atlantic and Western Railway 


6.13 
1.25 
4.73 


3,977.51 
3,386.07 
2,934.58 


24,383 
4,232 






13,881 






26,815 




Total 








1,007,432 













ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 
LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Ill 



County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




Yadkin Railroad 


23.19 


$ 6,000.00 
150. 17 


$ 139,140 






11,730 






6,489 






36.95 


1,293 






1,800 








78,964 






23.05 
25.45 


22,363.13 
4,823.45 


515,470 


i 


Norfolk Southern Railroad, Western Div 

Total.. 


122,757 




877,643 




Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 


20.80 


11,171.71 






232,372 






230 








150.17 


4,726 








4,221 




Western Union Telegraph Co .- . 




36.95 
21,664.62 


3,141 






10.67 


231,162 






2,300 




Town Fork Telephone Co . 






300 










1,667 










100 








223.11 


2,231 




Total — 








482,450 






33.13 


39,120.09 






1,296,049 






6,000 






17.40 


11,171.71 
150.17 


194,388 

7,588 












2,030 










769 








36.95 
1,500.00 
2,500.00 


2,513 






5.00 
13.25 


7,500 






33,125 






100 










200 




Total 










1,550,262 






6.21 


2,753.30 






17,098 




Bryson City Telephone Co . _. 


3,360 






38.77 
9.60 


39,120.09 

2,500.00 

150. 17 

36.95 

2,841.72 


1,516,686 






24,000 






5,822 








2,882 




Carolina and Tennessee Southern Railway 


13.90 


39,500 
6,513 




Total 










1,615,861 






30.53 


4,490.50 




Transylvania .. ... 


137,095 






5,000 








150. 17 


4,584 








6,915 










260 










1,000 




Total 










154,854 













112 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Tyrrell 




7.59 


$12,990.00 


$ 98,594 

2,200 

250 












36.95 
150. 17 








1,051 




Total 






102 104 






39.90 


28,217.50 
223. 11 






1,125,878 
8,902 
12,000 
5,992 
5,909 
15,645 
87,132 


















150. 17 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 










36.95 










Pleasant Hill Telephone Co.. . _. _. 






350 










2,000 




Total .. - - - - - - - 










1,263,808 






7.10 
28.16 


39,120.09 

28,217.50 

223. 11 

150. 17 




277,753 
794,605 










4,609 








5,295 








1,210 








36.95 


15,826 








10,650 








27,178 




Postal Telegraph Cable Co.. . 






4,287 






8.00 


3,900.00 


31,200 
1,120 














12,626 




Total 










1,186,359 






27.52 
42.65 

28.07 

27.41 

9.57 

27.01 


69,497.32 
28,217.50 
20,952.05 
12,990.00 
4,993.58 
5,789.22 
223. 11 




Wake 


1,912,566 






1,203,476 






588,124 






356,056 






47,789 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — R. & S. P. Div.._ 


156,366 
21,688 






1,320 




Southern Express Co 




150. 17 


22,013 
3,490 








36.95 


46,899 






105,381 








10,513 








2,235 








200 








27,569 








250 








8,000 








200 








700 








2,219 








641 




Postal Telegraph Cable Co \ 




10,285 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 
LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



113 



County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Wake 






$ 


$ 42,733 


{Continued.) 


Southern Cotton Oil Co 






10,500 


Total 










4,581,213 






31.03 


28,217.50 

223. 11 

150. 17 

36.95 

4,400.00 






875,589 






6,970 






4,660 






13,450 






3.00 


13,200 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 


29,860 




Postal Telegraph Cable Co.. 




4,856 






2.00 


3,900.00 


7,800 




Northwestern Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


190 








400 










936 




Total. 










957,911 






3.87 


33,694.20 
223. 11 
150. 17 
36.95 




Washington.. 


130,396 






6,203 








9,889 








1,663 




Tyrrell County Telephone Co 




1,800 






59.53 


12,990.00 


773,295 






216 




Total. 










923,462 












Watauga 


1,050 










540 




Blowing Rock Line 






52 




Valle Crucis, Shawneehaw and Elk Park Turn- 






866 










2,333 




Total 










4,841 






10.47 


69,497.32 




Wayne 


727,637 






8,500 




Fremont Telephone Co 




2,790 






38.52 


33,694.20 

223. 11 

150. 17 

36.95 

14,625.74 


1,297,900 




Pullman Co 


9,317 








7,104 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




16,065 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and N. C. Div. 
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


10.82 


158,251 
40,894 


• 








9,300 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 


! 


27,453 




Falling Creek Telephone Co 1 


1,000 




Total.. 










2,306,211 






18.11 


39,120.09 
150. 17 
26.95 




Wilkes 


708,465 




Southern Express Co 


2,720 








665 




Horton Telephone Co 




4,571 



Part II.— Corp. Comm., 1914.— 8 



114 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Wilkes 






$ 


$ 400 




Elkin and Alleghany Railway 


1.75 
20.03 


2,500.00 
5,000.00 


4,375 






100,150 




Total.. 






821,346 






31.27 


33,694.20 






1,053,618 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. 


1,678 




Pullman Co 




223.11 


12,151 










22,088 










210 




Southern Railway — Rolling Stock ._ 






33,393 








150. 17 


8,200 








6.910 






23.34 


12,990.00 
36.95 


303,187 






15,806 








342 










487 




Total 










1,458,070 












Yadkin 


1,000 










3,980 










500 










225 




Total 










5,705 




Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad 


5.36 


22,500.77 






120,604 




575 








150. 17 
4,200.00 


805 






23.32 


97,944 




Total 






219,928 













ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 115 

STATEMENT X— List of Towns with Apportionment of Valuation to Each for the Year 1914. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 
Assessed 
Value 



Aberdeen. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 1.00 

Norfolk Southern— A. and A. Div . 50 

Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad .65 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 



S28.217.50 
4,151.43 
3,386.07 



Acme- 



Seaboard Air Line Railway. _. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph Co 



83 



28,217.50 



Advance. 
Ahoskie.. 



North Carolina Midland Railroad. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Wellington and Powellsville Railroad. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Chowan-Roanoke Telephone Co 



I 
70 ! 20,499.85 



.46 | 33,694.20 
1.00 2,465.90 



Albemarle. 

Alexander- 
Almond... 
Andrews... 



Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Albemarle Telephone Co. 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railroad. 



1.00 



6,000.00 



.59 



Southern Railway Co 1.00 



Southern Railway Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Snowbird Valley Railroad. 
Andrews Telephone Co 



1.00 



1.53 

.50 



Angier 

Ansonville. 
Apex 



Durham and Southern Railroad Co. 
Cardenas Telephone Co 



1.00 



22,363.13 



39,120.09 



39,120.09 



39,120.09 
1,250.00 



20,952.00 



Norwood Electric and Water Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Durham and Southern Railroad 



1.04 



28,217.50 
94 ! 20,952.05 



Archdale North State Telephone Co. 



Asheboro. 



Asheville. 



Atkinson. 



High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and South- 


1.17 12.500.00 


Norfolk and Southern Railroad— A. and A. Div. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 


1.16 


4,151.43 


Asheboro Telephone Co. 














3.04 


39,120.09 


Western Union Telegraph Co 


American Telephone and Telegraph 




Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 


1 


Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


.1 


Pender Telephone Co 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co — 


1.00 


33,694.20 



116 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Aulander 

Aurora 

Autryville. 

Ayden 

Bailey 

Battleboro 

Bayboro 

Bear Creek 

Beaufort.. 

Belhaven 

Belmont 

Benson 

Bessemer City... 

Bethel 

Biltmore 

Biscoe 

Black Creek 

Black Mountain. 



Name of Corporation 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Chowan-Roanoke Telephone Co.. 



Washington and Vandemere Railroad. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Merchants Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad... 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

BonleeTelephone Co 



Mile- 
age 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Washington and Hyde County Telephone Co. 



Atlantic and Charlotte Air Line R. R 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line R. R — 
Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co._ 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad 

Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern — A. and A. Div 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



1.59 



1.25 
.60 



.74 



.50 



1.55 



1.14 



1.33 



,50 



Valuation 
per Mile 



$33,694.20 



2,009.50 
33,694.20 
33,694.20 



12,990.00 



33,694.20 



12,990.00 



12,990.00 



12,990.00 
45,878.67 



33,694.20 



45,878.67 



.48 33,694.20 



.28 
.24 



1.00 



22,500.00 
39,120.09 



151.43 



1.00 



33,694.20 
39,120.09 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



117 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






.75 

1.05 

1.00 

.67 
1.04 


$28,217.50 
33,694.20 
2,667.00 

4,993.58 

28,217.50 


$ 21,163 






35,379 




Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern R. R 


2,667 




3,346 






29,347 






375 










50 










132 










100 






.50 
.80 


33,694.20 
4,490.50 


16,847 






3,592 






22 






.39 


12,990.00 


5,066 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 


450 






1.00 


3,176.00 


3,176 




S.-J. Telephone Co 


900 






1.00 


39,120.09 


39,120 






30 










50 






2.00 


33,694.20 


67,388 






122 










231 










250 






2.00 


69,497.32 


138,994 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


141 




Western Union Telegraph Co 






438 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 




162 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 






20,294 


Calypso 




1.00 

1.20 
.50 


33,694.20 

28,217.50 

2,222.22 


33,694 






33,861 




Randolph and Cumberland Railroad Co _. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 


1,111 

274 










150 










77 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. and A. Div 


.60 


4,151.43 


2,491 




67 


Canton 




.87 


39,120.09 


34,034 






21 




Canton Electric and Telephone Co i 




9,047 



118 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Canton .. 

(Continued.) 

Caroleen 

Carthage. , 

Cary — 

Catawba 

Cedar Falls 

Cerro Gordo 

Chadbourn 

Chapel Hill____ 
Charlotte 



Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co... 
Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad. 

Caroleen and Henrietta Telephone Co... 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad — C. and P. Div. 

Randolph and Cumberland Railway 

Cooperative Telephone Co 



North Carolina Railroad— 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Raleigh Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Chapel Hill Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway 

North Carolina Railroad Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern R. R.— Western Div 



Cherry ville.. 
China Grove 

Chocowinity 
Clarkton 

Claremont— . 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Concord Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co.... 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



.53 



.50 
1.60 



1.00 
1.10 



1.10 
4.00 



4.82 
3.35 
2.72 
3.68 



2.31 
1.00 



1.55 



1.30 
1.38 



1.00 



.00 



2,560.00 
2,222.22 



69,497.32 
28,217.50 



39,120.09 



33,694.20 
33,694.20 



39,120.09 
45,878.67 
69,497.32 
28,217.50 



4,823.45 
28,217.50 



,497.32 



12,990.00 
28,217.50 



120. 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



119 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






1.00 
1.06 


$33,694.20 
69,497.32 


$ 33,694 






73,667 






334 






1 


89 










1,465 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 






134 






.75 


39.120.09 


29,340 








197 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 






8,030 


Cliffsirlfi _ 


1816 eeP ° ne °" 






1,000 






.45 


33,694.20 


15,162 






12 


Clyde 


Southern Railway Co. 


.63 


39,120.09 


24,646 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


27 




Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 




400 


Coats 


Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 






50 






.64 


20,952.05 


13,410 






161 






.81 


12,990.00 


10,522 






500 










176 






1.46 


69,497.32 


101,466 






810 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






190 










693 








1,659 






• 3,250 


Conetoe 




.57 33,694.20 


19,206 




Western Union Telegraph Co : 


47 


Connelly Springs . 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 






150 




_ 


1.04 


39,120.09 


40,684 






185 










154 


Conway 


Roanoke Chowan Telephone Co 






240 


Cornelius 




1.13 


39,120.09 


44,206 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


554 






1.00 
.91 


28,217.50 
14,625.74 


28,217 


Cove 


Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. and N. C. Div.. 


13,309 




148 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 


f- 


300 



120 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Creedrnoor. 



Creswell. 



Crouse 

Culberson- 
Dallas 



Davidson. 



Denton. 



Dillsboro. 

Dobson... 
Dover 



Durham. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
Southside Telephone Co 



.85 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 
Tyrrell County Telephone Co.. 



2S 



$28,217.50 
12,990.00 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad. 



Carolina and Northwestern Railway 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Dudley 

Dundarroch 

Dunn 

Earles 

East Bend 

E. Kings Mountain 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Uniori Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Carolina and Yadkin River Railway 

Denton Telephone Co , 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Mount Airy Telephone Co. 



Norfolk Southern R.R.— A. and N. C. Div 

Dover and Southbound Railroad 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway Co.. 

North Carolina Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Norfolk and Western Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



1.69 
1.17 



28,217.50 
6,022.79 
9,317.68 



1.51 



1.00 



1.00 



. 50 



.83 
2. 33 

.94 
2.56 



39,120.09 



.00 



39,120.09 



14,625.74 
2,000.00 



39,120.09 
69,497.32 
28,217.50 
21,664.62 



33,694.20 



Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Durham and Southern Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co... 



Western Union Telegraph Company.. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line R. R 



1.00 



1.00 
.73 



.51 



3,386.00 



33,694.20 
20,952.05 



45,878.67 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



121 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


E. Laurinburg 




.56 
.25 


$28,217.50 
6,944.44 


$ 15,802 




1,736 


East Spencer 




1,799 




1.68 


12,990.00 


21,823 






6,400 




Washington and Vandemere Railroad . 


1.00 


2,009.50 


.2,009 


Efland . 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


78 


Elizabeth City 




2.36 


12,990.00 


30,656 


Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tel. Co. 


10,165 




.42 


3,000.00 


1,200 






52 


Elkin 




2.00 


39,120.09 


78,240 






34 






.40 
1.00 


2,500.00 
8,843.00 


1,000 


Elk Park... 


East Tennessee and Western N. C. Railroad Co. 


8,843 




89 






1.00 


28,217.50 


28,217 






56 










100 


Ellerbe 


Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. and A. Div 


.50 
.69 


4,151.43 
69,497.32 


2,076 




47,953 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


133 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 






62 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






50 










200 


Elm City.. 




.53 


33,694.20 


17,858 






727 










174 


Enfield- 




1.33 


33,694.20 


44,813 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


955 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co . 






204 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 






1,350 


Eureka 








15 






.83 


33,694.20 


27,966 






30 


Evergreen 




.63 
1.00 


33,694.20 
33,694.20 


21,227 


Fair Bluff. 




33,694 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


154 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 






187 






1.05 


33,694.20 


35,379 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


1,213 



122 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






.68 


$33,694.20 


$ 22,912 






248 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 






100 


Faith.. 


Gold Hill Telephone Co _ 






185 










150 




East Carolina Railway __ 


.89 
.57 


2,737.00 
12,990.00 


2,436 




7,404 






750 


Fayetteville 






4.21 


33,694.20 


141,852 


Western Union Telegraph Co. 


920 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






489 




0.^0 0, o.^v. & ^ v^ v-w 




368 










13,871 






.92 
.55 

.88 


3,386.07 
5,789.22 

28,217.50 


3,116 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— R. and S. Div 


3,185 
24,832 






264 










1,110 










178 




South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R.._ 


2.00 
1.25 


5,000.00 
28,217.50 


10,000 




35,272 






31 




Forest City Telephone Co 


990 










475 






1.00 
2.49 


2,737.00 
5,789.22 


2,737 


Fuquay Springs — 


Norfolk Southern R. R— R. and S. Div 


14,415 
335 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 


.53 


33,694.20 


17,858 




126 








161 










100 




Tallulah Falls Railway 


.14 


7,471.24 


1,046 






500 






.96 


28,217.50 


27,089 






406 










306 










1,000 










110 










95 






1.30 


33,694.20 


43,803 






233 










645 






1.00 


33,694.20 


33,694 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


73 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 
LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



123 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Garner. 



Gary. 



Gastonia. 



Germanton. 
Gibson 



Gibsonville. 



Glen Alpine. 

Glenwood— _ 
Gold Hill.... 



Godwin. 



Goldsboro. 



Goldston. 



Graham. 



North Carolina Railroad 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Clayton Telephone Co 

Garner Telephone Co 



1.00 $69,497.32 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Farmers Mutual Telephone Co. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.. 



1.00 I 28,217.50 



.51 33,694.20 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line R. R 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co — 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 



3.33 
1.68 



45,878.67 
9,317.68 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Carolina, Atlantic and Western R. R 

Rockingham Railroad Co 



.50 



.37 



11,171.71 



33,694.20 



North Carolina Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Gibsonville Telephone Co 



1.00 
.64 



63 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R — 



Yadkin Railroad 

Gold Hill Telephone Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Norfolk Southern R. R— A. and N. C. Div. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



1.00 



3,977.51 
2,934.58 



,497.32 



39,120.09 



.60 



5,000.00 



6,000.00 



,50 33,694.20 



.70 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad. 

Bonlee Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 



1.00 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



1,45 



69,497.32 
33,694.20 
14,625.74 



11,171.71 



69,497.32 



124 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 


Granite Falls .. 




1.00 


$ 9,317.68 


$ 9,318 






30 










55 










74 






.79 


6,000.00 


4,740 




Gold Hill Telephone Co 


85 










200 






1.80 

2.85 
2.11 


39,120.09 
11,171.71 
69,497.32 


70,416 






31,839 






146,639 






567 










4,213 










1,087 










125,080 




North State Telephone Co 






50 






.90 


33,694.20 


30,325 






55 










5,950 






1.46 


12,990.00 


18,968 






63 






.86 


33,694.20 


28,977 






54 










100 










300 






.76 
.50 


12,990.00 
45,878.67 


9,872 






22,939 






452 










245 










600 










171 


Gulf 








80 


Halifax 




.70 


33,694.20 


23,585 






398 










175 


Hamlet.. 




3.00 


28,217.50 


84,653 






10,524 


Hampton 


South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R — 


.57 


5,000.00 


2,850 




700 


Hassell.. 




.31 


33,694.20 


10,445 






301 


Hazelwood 


Southern Railway Co 


.50 


39,120.09 


19,560 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 
LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



125 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

Assessed 

Value 



Henderson 

Hendersonville 

Henrietta 

Hertford 

Hickory. __L 

Hiddenite 

Highland 

High Point 

Hildebran 

Hillsboro 

Hobgood 

Hoffman 

Holly Springs. 



Southern Railway Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Transylvania Railroad 



Caroleen and Henrietta Telephone Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

North Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway Co 

Hickory Electric Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Iredell Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co. 
Hickory Electric Co... 



High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and So. Ry. 

North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

North State Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. . 
Carolina and Yadkin River Railway..., 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Morris Telephone Co 

Orange Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Durham and Southern Railway. 
Cardenas Telephone Co 



.36 
2.05 



1.41 



1.50 



.bi 



2.04 
1.61 



1.38 

2.44 



1.00 



.13 



94 



1.00 



$39,120.09 
28,217.50 



22,500.00 



4.490.50 



12,990.00 



39,120.09 



9,317. 



39,120. 



12,500.00 
69,497.32 



2,697.86 



39,120. 



),497.32 



33,694.20 



28,217.50 



20,952.00 



126 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Hope Mills 




1.50 


$33,694.20 


$ 50,541 






343 






100 


Hot Springs... 


Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R 


.40 
1.08 


3,000.00 
39,120.09 


1,200 
42,250 






118 






1.50 9,317.08 


13,977 






30 








1.00 


39,120.09 


39,120 






33 










187 










900 










700 




Northampton and Hertford Railroad Co 


.80 
.64 


2,222.22 
33,694.20 


1,778 
21,565 






26 






2,500 








50 






.57 


33,694.20 


19,206 






48 




Williamston Telephone Co 




350 










290 






1.00 
.89 


33,694.20 
3,176.46 


33,694 






2,827 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


109 




S.-J. Telephone Co . 






600 










67 


Kelford. 




.56 
.40 


33,694.20 


18,869 






11,287 








166 










85 






.67 


33, 694. 20 


22,567 






147 










145 










300 






1.29 


39,120.09 


50,465 






167 










900 










77 




Good Will Telephone Co. 






50 


Kings Mountain. _. 




1.53 


45,878.67 


70,194 




1,175 




Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 






4,500 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 
LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



127 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

Assessed 

Value 



Kings Mountain 
(Continued.) 

Kittrell 



American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



Keyser. 



Kinston. 



LaGrange. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co . 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



30 



28,217.50 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Norfolk Southern R. R.— A. and N. C. Div. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 



1.00 28,217.50 



1.56 33,694.20 
1.90 I 14,625.74 



Lake Waccamaw... 

Landis.- 

Lattimore 

Lawndale 

Laurinburg 

Leaksville 



Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. and N. C. Div.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 



.86 



14,625.74 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R. Co, 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Lattimore Telephone Co 



Lawndale Railroad Co.. 



Lenoir. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Laurinburg and Southern Railroad 



Lexington. 



Danville and Western Railway 

International Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Carolina and Northwestern Railway. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Lenoir Electric Co 



2.34 



1.00 



1.00 
1.00 



33,694.20 



69,497.32 



5,000.00 
28,217.50 



,50 



1.52 



1.25 



2,207.50 



,217.50 



,944.44 



7,334.96 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph.'Co 

Lexington Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway 

Davidson Telephone Co 



So 



),317.68 



69,497.32 



98 22,363.13 



128 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

^.ssessec 
Value 



Liberty 

Lilesville 

Lincolnton 

Louisburg 

Lillington 

Littleton 

Long View 

Loray 

Lowell 

Lucama 

Lumberton 

Lumber Bridge 

McDonald 

Macon 

Macclesfield 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co... 
Liberty Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic and Western Railway 

Norfolk Southern R. R— R. and S. Div. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co... 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Hickory Electric Co 



Iredell Telephone Co. 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line R. R. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad — 
Raleigh and Charleston Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

East Carolina Railway Co 



1.43 



$11,171.71 



1.00 



28,217.50 



1.80 
2.12 



28,217.50 
9,317.68 



,55 



28,217.50 



.44 
1.50 



3,176.46 
5,789.22 



1.50 



28,217.50 



1.25 



U20.09 



45,878.67 



,53 



1.00 



1.32 

.47 



33,694.20 



28,217.50 



3,000.00 
6,235.54 



1.00 



33,694.20 



33,694.20 
28,217.50 



.50 2,737.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



129 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 






.56 
2.79 


111,171.71 

21,664.62 


$ 6,257 






60,444 






116 






1.00 


33,694.20 


33,694 






370 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. .. 






100 




Rose Hill Telephone Co 






27 











90 






1.00 


9,317.68 


9,318 






37 










600 






1.00 


28,217.50 


28,217 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


89 










296 






1.36 

1.00 

1.52 
.60 


39,120.09 

28,217.50 

39,120.09 
5,000.00 


53,203 


Margarettsville 




28,217 




59,462 




South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R 


3,000 
163 










1,700 






1.03 


39,120.09 


40,294 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


158 










50 






1.00 


28,217.50 


28,217 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


89 




Western Union Telegraph Co 






835 






1.50 


28,217.50 


42,326 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


259 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 






187 


Maury... 




.60 
.93 


2,737.00 
33,694.20 


1,642 






31,335 






33 






1.02 
1.28 


33,694.20 
28,217.50 


34,368 






36,119 






234 










554 










1,210 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 






66 


Mayodan 




' 1.10 
1.00 


21,664.62 
33,694.20 


23,831 






33,694 
71 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


Mebane 




1.00 


69,497.32 


69,497 


Part II.— Corp. 


Comm,, 1914.— 9 





130 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 




$_ 


$ 72 


(Continued.) 








135 








132 


Merry Oaks 




1.30 
.50 


28,217.50 
33,694.20 


36,683 




16,847 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 


140 






1.00 


28,217.50 


28,217 






300 










721 






.75 


12,990.00 


9,742 






500 


Minneapolis 




.57 
.50 

1.78 


2,500.00 
28,217.50 
20,499.85 


1,425 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


14,109 




North Carolina Midland Railroad 


36,489 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


18 










80 










67 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


2.39 


28,217.50 


67,440 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


335 










10. 000 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 






231 




Linville River Railway 


1.00 
1.00 
2.78 


2,500.00 
5,000.00 
14,625.74 


2.500 




South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R.__ 

Norfolk Southern R. R.— A. and N. C. Div 

Western Union Telegraph Co 


5,000 


Morehead City 


40,660 
79 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 






200 




Morehead City Telephone Co 






1,000 






2.02 


39, 120. 09 


79,023 






63 










6,000 










166 




North Carolina Midland Railroad 


.20 
1.52 


20,499.85 
39,120.09 


4,100 


Morgantom 


Southern Railway Co 


59,463 






211 










6,795 


Morrisville 


North Carolina Railroad . . 


.60 


69,497.32 


42,698 






46 










118 










496 






1.00 


33,694.20 


33,694 






37 


Mortimer 


Carolina and Northwestern Railway... 


2.00 


9,317.68 


18,635 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



131 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Mount Airy. 



Mount Gilead. 



Mount Holly. 



Mount Olive- 



Mount Pleasant- 
Murphy .-- 



Murfreesboro. 
Nashville 



Nebo. 

Newberlin. 

New Bern. 



New Hill. 



Newland. 



New London- 



Newport. 



Newton. 



Name of Corporation 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Mount Airy Telephone Co 



Norfolk Southern R. R.— A. and A. Div. 
Mount Gilead Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Mile- 



2.01 



2.37 



1.30 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Concord Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Company 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

United Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



1.36 



1.06 
1.24 



.67 



Southern Railway Co | 1.20 

2.56 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Norfolk Southern R. R.— A. and N. C. Div. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 



1.20 
1.17 



Valuation 
per Mile 



$11,171.71 



4,151.43 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Linville River Railway.. 
Newland Telephone Co. 



Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



.54 
1.50 



50 



1.65 



Norfolk Southern R. R.— A. and N. C. Div. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 



1.02 



Southern Railway Co 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



.47 
2.10 



28,217.50 



33,694.20 



39,120.09 
6,022.79 



33,694.20 



39,120.09 
33,694.20 



33,694.20 
14,625.74 



12,990.00 
28,217.50 



2,500.00 



6,000.00 
14,625.74 



39,120.09 
9,317.68 



Total 

Assessed 
Value 



132 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 








$ 


$ 3,500 


{Continued.) 









122 








300 










130 






.71 
1.49 


12,990.00 
39,120.09 


9,223 






58,289 






37 










2,857 




Watauga and Yadkin River Railroad Co 


.14 
.35 


5,000.00 
6,000.00 


700 
2,100 






1,800 






.45 

1.00 

.76 


33,694.20 
33,694.20 
39,120.09 


15,162 


Oak City 




33,694 


Old Fort 




29,731 






96 


Ore Hill 




1.00 


11,171.71 


11,172 






135 






.51 


12,990.00 


6,625 






19 






1.00 

.70 
.57 


33,694.20 

39,120.09 
28,217.50 


33,694 


Oxford 




27,384 






16,084 






146 










3,500 






.45 

.79 

2.36 


33,694.20 
33,694.20 
33,694.20 


15,162 






26,618 






79,518 






95 






.50 
1.00 


12,990.00 
28,217.50 


6,495 






28,217 






166 










59 






1.00 
1.00 

.65 


33,694.20 
28,217.50 

33,694.20 


33,694 






28,217 






21,900 






307 




Fremont Telephone Co 


_J 


25 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



133 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Pilot Mountain... 

Pinehurst 

Pine Level 

Pinetops 

Pinetown 

Pineville 

Pink Hill 

Pittsboro 

Plymouth 

Polkton 

Pollocksville 

Princeton 

Princeville 

Raeford 

Raleigh... 



Ramseur. 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



East Carolina Railway Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.. 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Kinston-Carolina Railroad. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Pittsboro Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Co.. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Raleigh Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern R. R— R. and S. Div 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad Co 



1.48 



$11,171.71 



1.00 



.45 
1.91 
1.00 



.25 



.33 



.30 

.77 



.50 



,49 



40 



45 



1.50 



1.48 

1.90 

.85 



.94 



69,497.32 



2,737.00 
12,990.00 
39,120.09 



1,500.00 
28,217.50 



33,694.20 
12,990.00 



28,217.50 



33,694.20 



,497.32 



33,694.20 

3,386.07 

69,497.32 
28,217.50 
12,990.00 



5,789.22 



$ 16,534 
34 
122 



.75 



11,171.71 



134 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

Assessed 

Value 



Ramseur 

(Continued.) 

Randleman. 

Red Springs 

Reidsville 

Richlands 

Richfield 

Rich Square 

Roanoke Rapids 
Robersonville 

Rockingham 

Rocky Point 

Rocky Mount 

Rockwell ._, 

Roper 

Roseboro 

Rose Hill 



Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Riverside Telephone Co 



High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and So. R.R 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Randleman Telephone Co 



.77 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone ind Telegraph Co... 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co ' 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Onslow Telephone Co 

Dover and Southbound Railroad. 



Yadkin Railroad 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Rockingham Railroad Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Yadkin Railroad 

Lowerstone Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Gold Hill Telephone Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Tyrrell County Telephone Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Sampson Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 



1.00 



1.72 



.12 
1.00 



1.10 



.50 



1.00 
.50 



4.45 



1.01 



1.20 



.50 



12,500.00 



33,694.20 



39,120.09 



2,000.00 
6,000.00 



33,694.20 



28,217.50 



2,934.58 
33,694.20 



33,694.20 



6,000.00 



12,990.00 



33,694.20 



1.00 



33,694.20 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



135 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

^.ssessec 
Value 



Rose Hill 

(Continued.) 

Rosman 

Rowland 



Roxboro 

Roxobel 

Ruffin 

Rutherfordton 



Saint Pauls 

Salemburg. 
Salisbury... 



Saluda. 



Sanford. 



Scotland Neck. 



Scotts. 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Rose Hill Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Transylvania Railroad 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Maxton, Alma and Southbound Railroad... 



.65 
1.00 



Norfolk and Western Railway. 
Morris Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



.40 



.79 



Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
Southern Railway Co 



South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R. 

Rutherfordton Telephone Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



1.00 



1.12 



.43 



Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R. 
St. Pauls Telephone Co 



1.27 



Sampson Telephone Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

North Carolina Railroad... 

Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Independent Telephone Co 



Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Saluda Telephone Co 



.00 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Atlantic and Western Railway. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
S.-J. Telephone Co 



.56 



1.25 

.95 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

-| Iredell Telephone Co 



1.00 



4,490.50 
33,694.20 



1,600.00 



21,664. 



28,217.50 
39,120.09 
5,000.00 



28,217.50 



3,000.00 



39,120.09 

69,497.32 

6,000.00 



22,500.00 



11,171.71 



33,694.20 

28,217.50 

3,176.46 



33,694.20 



136 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

Assessed 

Value 



Seaboard. 



Selma. 



Sharpsburg. 
Shelby. 



Siler City. 



Siloam 

Skyland... 
Smithfield. 



Southern Pines. 



South Biltmore. 



Southport. 



Speed,.. 
Spencer- 



Spray 

Spring Hope. 

Star. 



Stanley Creek. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co.... 



North Carolina Railroad 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph , Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



South Carolina and Ceorgia Extension R. R._ 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co... 
Siler City Telephone Co 



Siloam Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. . 

Southport and Little River Telephone Co 

Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern R. R.- 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Lexington Telephone Co 



International Telephone Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. and A. Div.. 
Norfolk Southern Railroad— D. and C. Div. 



1.00 



$28,217.50 



1.00 
.95 



69,497.32 
33,694.20 



1.00 



33, 



.20 



Seaboard Air Line Railway.. . 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



1.40 
1.10 



1.06 



1.00 
1.00 



.50 



5,000.00 
28,217.50 



11,171.71 



33,694.20 



28,217.50 



2,667.00 
33,694.20 



33,694.20 



4,151.43 

2,929.20 



28,217.50 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



137 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Stantonsburg. 

Stanley .. 

States ville 



Stedman. 
Stem 



Stokesdale. 



Stoneville. 



Stonewall 

Stony Point 

Stokes 

Stovall 



Swansboro. 
Sylva 



Tabor... 
Tarboro. 



Taylorsville. 



Teacheys 

Thomasville. 



Name of Corporation 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad- 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Iredell Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad. 

Good Will Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 



Norfolk and Western Railway. 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Iredell Telephone Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 

Home Telephone and Telegraph. . 

Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Onslow Telephone Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Waynesville Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

East Carolina Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Iredell Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Thomasville Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina and Yadkin River Railway 



Mile- 



.61 

.87 

1.75 



1.00 



2.70 



Valuation 
per Mile 



$12,990.00 
11.171.71 
39,120.09 



33,694.20 
39,120.09 



11,171.71 



1.03 



.38 



.64 



1.14 



1.73 



1.02 



2.67 
.50 



21,664.62 



12,990.00 



33,694.20 



39,120.09 



39,120.09 



33,694.20 



33,694.20 
2,737.00 



.47 



2.00 



2.29 



39,120.09 



33,694.20 



69,497.32 



2,697.86 



Total 

Assessed 

Value 



$ 7,925 

9,719 

68,460 

319 

23,000 

15,700 



138 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



LIST 


OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






2.00 
.76 


$33,694.20 
12,500.00 


$ 67,398 
9,500 


Trinity 


High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and So. R. R. 




30 




North State Telephone Co 






50 






1.00 


39,120.09 


39,120 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 


166 










15 










200 


Troy 


Norfolk Southern R. R. — A. and A. Div 

Norfolk Southern R. R.— D. and C. Div 


.90 
.50 


4,151.43 
2,929.20 


3,736 




1,464 
350 










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166 










104 










568 






1.50 


22,500.00 


33,750 






22 


Tunis 




.98 
.45 
.52 


33,694.20 
33,694.20 
5,000.00 


33,020 






15,162 


Union Mills 


South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R... 


2,600 
350 






.97 


12,990.00 


12,600 






223 






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2,009.50 
28,217.50 


1,206 






56,435 






101 






.57 


28,217.50 


16,084 






225 










300 






.45 
1.00 


3,000.00 
28,217.50 


1,350 






28,217 






350 


Wade.... 




2.00 

.50 
.25 

.38 


33,694.20 

3,386.07 
6,944.44 

33,694.20 


67,398 






1,693 






1,736 






12,804 






6,000 










191 






1.00 


28,217.50 


28,217 






561 




Norwood Electric and Water Co 






10C 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



139 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

Assessed 

Value 



Wake Forest.. 

Wallace 

Warrenton 

Warsaw 

Washington.. 

Watha 

Waxhaw 

Waynesville. . 

Weavers ville.. 
Weldon 

West Hickory 

Wendell 

Whitakers 

White ville.... 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- 
Wallace Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Hallsville Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co — 
Washington and Vandemere Railroad Co. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway... 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 

Waynesville Telephone Co 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Asheville and East Tennessee Railroad. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway Co. 
Hickory Electric Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 



.00 



$28,217.50 



1.00 33,694.20 



1.46 



.90 



.20 

1.00 

.31 



1.40 39,120.( 



.80 



1.20 
.72 



1.00 



1.00 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



33,694.20 



33,694.20 



12,990.00 



2,009.50 
33,694.20 
28,217.50 



3,765.80 



33,694.20 
28,217.50 



39,120.09 
9,317.68 



12,990.00 



33,694.20 



1.06 33,694.20 



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LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Whiteville 

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Whittier 

Wilkesboro 

Williamston 

Wilmington 

Windsor 

Winfall 

Wingate 

Wilson 

Winston-Salem.. 



Winterville. 

Winton 

Woodland. . 
Woodville.. 
Wrightsville 
Yanceyville. 
Youngsville 

Zebulon 



Name of Corporation 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway Co. 



Horton Telephone Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Williamston Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co . 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Wellington and Powellsville Railroad Co. 
Chowan-Roanoke Telephone Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad... 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway.. . 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



Southern Railway Co 

North Carolina Midland Railroad 

Norfolk and Western Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.... 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

North State Telephone Co 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Chowan-Roanoke Telephone Co 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Yanceyville Telephone Co.. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Mile- 
age 



1.00 



1.18 



4.44 
1.00 



1.50 



.50 



1.00 



1.36 



1.35 



3.32 
1.48 
2.28 



.50 



Valuation 
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39, 120 .C 



33,694.20 



33,694.20 
28,217.50 



2,465.90 



12,990.00 



28,217.50 



33,694.20 



12,990.00 



39,120.09 
20,499.85 
21,664.62 



22,363.13 
33,694.20 



28,217.50 



28,217.50 



12,990.00 



Total 

Assessed 

Value 



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271 



COMPILATION FROM RAILROAD RETURNS FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1914. 

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



OFFICERS 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




H. Walters 


Room 916, 71 Broadway, N. Y. 




J. R. Kenly 


Wilmington, N. C. 




Alexander Hamilton 

C. S. Gadsden.. 






Charleston, S. C. 


Third Vice-President _____ 








R. A. Brand 


Wilmington, N. C. 




Room 916, 71 Broadway, N. Y. 




James F. Post ... . ... 


Wilmington, N. C. 










Alexander Hamilton 

H. C. Prince 






Wilmington, N. C. 










Geo. S. LeGrand 

Ed. L. Prince. 


Wilmington, N. C. 




Wilmington, N. C. 




H. H. McKee 


Wilmington, N. C. 




W. N. Royall 


Wilmington, N. C. 










E. B. Pleasants 


Wilmington, N. C. 




W. J. Craig 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Freight Traffic Manager _ _ 




Wilmington, N. C. 




J. W. Perrin 


Wilmington, N. C. 




C. McD. Davis 






T. C. White.... 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Agricultural and Immigration Agent. ... 


Wilbur McCoy 




Agricultural and Immigration Agent 


G. A. Cardwell 


Wilmington, N. C. 









DIRECTORS 

H. Walters, Baltimore, Md.; Michael Jenkens, Baltimore, Md.; Waldo Newcomer, Baltimore, Md. ; 
M. F. Plant, Gronton, Conn.; Warren Delano, No. 1, Broadway, N. Y.; F. W. Scott, Richmond, Va.: 
Alexander Hamilton, Petersburg, Va.; E. B. Borden, Goldsboro, N. C; Donald MacRae, Wilmington, 
N. C; J. R. Kenly, Wilmington, N. C; W. W. Mackall, Savannah, Ga. 



272 



N. C. COKPORATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD OPERATED-State of North Carolina. 





Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name 


From— 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 




Virginia State Line 


S. C. State Line 


181.68 
108. 70 

1.83 

63.22 
80.49 

116.40 

13.72 

34.57 

.45 










Wilmington 


Wilmington Railway 
Bridge (Hilton) 

S. C. State Line 

Virginia State Line 






Wilmington Railway 
Bridge (Navassa)... 

Norfolk Junction 

Yadkin Junction 

(Wilmington) 






S. C. State Line 

S. C. State Line 












Maxton Junction 

Weldon Junction 








601.06 




.65 
85.82 
53.78 
25.39 
19.20 
21.50 
13.43 
86.21 

4.11 

46.38 

.37 










Tarboro Junction 

Parmele Junction 




















Goldsboro Junction... 


Smithfield 




















Castle Street (Wil- 








Elrod 


S. C. State Line 

S. C. State Line 






Gibson 






Various points 

Wilmington Dummy 


356. 84 
71.97 






Leased Lines — 
Tidewater Power Co 






1.25 


Trackage Eights — 






.37 
2.46 




Wilmington Ry. Bridge 


Hilton 












2.83 






Total 


1,033.95 













ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



273 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Liine. 



Name 



Main Line. 



Branches. 



Termini 



From- 



Richmond, Va 

Norfolk, Va 

Contentnea, N. C. 
Yadkin Junction 

(Wilmington) 

Wilmington 



Wilmington Railway 
Bridge (Navassa).. 

Parkton, N. C 

Florence, S. C 

Sumter 

Florence 

Jessup, Ga 

Waycross 

Brunswick 

Dupont Junction, Ga 

Dunnellon 

Palatka 



Paola Junction. 



Colliers 

Bruce 

Spur 

Drivers 

Armistead 

Weldon Junction 

Pender 

Tarboro Junction... 
Parmele Junction... 

Rocky Mount 

Goldsboro Junction. 

Warsaw 

Wilmington 

Castle Street (Wil- 
mington) 

Elrod 

Floyd 

Bennettsville, S. C 

Latta.. 

Elliott.. 

Creston 

Myrtle Beach 

Eutawville 

Ashley River Rail- 
road Branch 

Johns Island 

Ravenel.. 



To— 



Port Tampa, Fla.... 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Wilmington, N. C._. 



Sanford, N. C 

Wilmington Railway 
Bridge (Hilton) 



Pee Dee, S. C.___ 

Sumter, S. C... 

Wadesboro, N. C 

Columbia, S. C 

Robbins, S. C 

Montgomery, Ala 

Folkston, Ga 

Albany Junction, Ga.. 

Fort Myers, Fla 

Wilcox, Fla 

Gainesville and 

Brooksville, Fla 

St. Petersburg, Fla.... 



Dunlop, Va... 

Pig Point, Va 

Pig Point Branch, Va. 

Beach Grove, Va 

S. andR. Con., Va.... 

Weldon, N. C 

Kinston, N. C 

Plymouth, N. C 

Washington, N. C 

Spring Hope, N. C 

Smithfield, N. C 

Clinton, N. C 

New Bern, N. C 



Miles of 

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Each Road 

Named 



Fernside, N. C.- 
Conway, S. C... 
Hartsville, S. C. 
Gibson, N. C... 

Clio, S. C 

Lucknow, S. C 
Pregnalls, S. C. 

Aynor 

Ferguson, S. C.- 



Ashley River, S. C._ 
Young's Island and 

Branches, S. C. 

Ehrhart, S. C. 

Monticello, Fla 



Green Pond 

Albany, Ga 

Climax, Ga j Chattahoochee, Fla. 

Otiska Amsterdam, Ga 

Grimes Abbeville, Ala 



899. 78 
114.87 
108. 70 

116.40 

1.83 

92.89 

97.97 

64.18 

43.48 

137.50 

353. 02 

34.00 

166.81 

348. 17 

50.13 

145. 00 
145. 13 



5.75 

5.48 

1.05 

1.55 

.70 

.65 

85.82 

53.78 

25.39 

19.20 

21.50 

13.43 

86.21 

4.11 

71.38 
10.00 
10.82 
19.78 
16.76 
40.81 
30.56 
5.53 

4.50 
8.70 

21.02 
37.67 
82.47 
30.83 
10.30 
26.90 



Miles of 
Line for 
Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 



2,919. 



Part II— Corp. Comm., 1914—18 



274 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 
ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Name 



Branches — ( Continued ) . 



Spurs. 



Total mileage owned — 
operated 



Leased Lines- 
South Carolina Pacific 
Railway 



Central Railroad of South 
Carolina 

Tidewater Power Co 



Trackage Rights — 

Goldsboro Union Station 
Co 

Wilmington Railway- 
Bridge Co... 

Southern Railway 

Columbia Union Station 
Co 

Charleston and Western 
Carolina Railway 

Augusta and Summer- 
ville Railroad... 



Termini 



From — 



Savannah, Ga 

Jacksonville Export. 

Sanford 

Ashley Junction 

Waterford 



Sprague 

Lake City Junction.. 

High Springs 

Juliette 

Gulf Junction... 

Lake Alfred... 

Rochelle 

Micanopy Junction ._ 

Proctor 

Leesburg Junction... 

Okahumpka 

Deland Junction 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Astor 



Kissimmee 

Kissimmee 

Thonotosassa June. 

Mildale.. 

Winston 

Haines City 

Florence Villa.. 



Various points. 



Bennettsville, S. C. 



Lanes 

Wilmington Dummy 
Line 



Hilton.. 

Columbia, S. C. 



Robbins, S. C. 
Augusta, Ga... 



To— 



Wharf Branch 

Terminal Branch 

Mecca Junction, Fla 

Oakdene, S. C 

Elba, Ala 

Luverne, Ala 

Lake City, Fla 

Gainsville, Fla 

Ocala, Fla 

Homosassa, Fla 

Bartow, Fla... 

Gainesville, Fla 

Tacoma, Fla 

Citra, Fla 

Leesburg, Fla 

Yahala, Fla 

Deland, Fla 

Lake Eustis, Fla 

Lake Charm, Fla 

Leesbg. and Ft. Mason 
to Lane Park, Fla... 

Apopka, Fla 

Narcoosee, Fla 

Thonotosassa, Fla 

Perry 

Fort Meade 

Sebring 

Niles 



Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 



Factories, Mills, etc. 



North Carolina State 
Line 



Sumter, S. C. 



Navassa, N. C. 



Augusta, Ga. 



2.04 

4.13 

9.36 

2.16 

37.22 

32.92 

18.90 

23.60 

20.36 

21.88 

16.20 

9.37 

8.36 

6.40 

1.33 

6.56 

4.00 

28.62 

17.31 

47.42 
33.68 
14.40 
13.33 
163.23 
28.64 
46.24 
5.66 



10.50 

40.20 

1.25 



Miles of 

Line for 

Each Class 

of Roads 

Named 



.37 



28.80 
.56 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



271 



ROADS OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 





Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name 


From — 


To- 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 


Trackage Rights — Con. 






.26 
.31 

7.55 

.17 

.30 

3.71 
2.46 

1.00 

2.59 

.61 












Charlotte Harbor and 


Pierce Junction 






Albany Passenger Ter- 






Charleston Union Station 
Co. 








Savannah Union Station 
Co 


Telfair Junction 

Georgia Junction 


llman Station \ 

Division Line ) 








Belt Line Railway of Mont- 








Jacksonville Terminal Co._ 


Jacksonville Terminal 


Union Station ._ „ ._ 




Louisville and Nashville 






• 








52.96 






Total Mileage operated 


4,661.05 













ROAD JOINTLY OWNED AND ROAD JOINTLY LEASED. 





Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Name 


From — 


To— 








171.00 




Union Point, Ga 




40.00 




Washington, Ga 

Central of Georgia 
Railway Junction, 
near Macon, Ga 

Macon, Ga., Junction 
Trackage rights 


18.00 










Central of Georgia 
Railway Junction ... 


74.00 
4.00 


Total 


307. 00 











276 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind 


Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
ized 


Par 

Value 
of One 
Share 


Total Par 

Value 
Authorized 


Total Par 
Value 
Out- 
standing 


Total Par 

Value 
Not Held 
'by Re- 
spondent 






$ 

100 


$_ 


$ 68,558,000 


$ 68,558,000 


Common and preferred 


1,000,000 


100,000,000 




Preferred. .. 


196,700 


196,700 












Totals. 


1,000,000 




100,000,000 


68,754,700 


68,754,700 









Purpose of the Issue 


Total 
Number of 
Shares Out- 
standing 


Total Cash 
Realized 


Remarks 




141,924 

1,305 

222,119 
111,200 

73,300 
137,699 


$ 16,317,400 


*The holders of $18,850,000 5 % prefer- 


Issued for additions and better- 
ments __ 


red stock outstanding in 1902 ($18,- 
390,300 issued for purchase of rail- 


*Issued for purchase of railway- 




road and other property and $457,- 








Issued as dividend on common 
Stock 




ing the same at par for $125, in 4% 


Issued to retire coupons 6-30 years 
debenture 4 % bonds, this corn- 




C. L. R. R. Co. and up to June 30th, 
1914, $18,563,300 of this preferred 






standing on June 30th, 1914, $196,- 


Totals.. 


687,547 


16,317,400 







MISCELLANEOUS INVESTMENTS— Physical Property. 



Designation 


State 


Net In- 
vestment 




Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, 






$652,169.29 


Wild lands __ 


Florida . . 


23,329.24 


Railroad Y. M. C. A. buildings... 


North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia... 


73,820.15 


Total 


749,318.68 









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281 



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Purpose of the Issue 



Total Par 

Value Issued 

During the 

Year 



Total Par 
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standing 



Issued for construction of new properties 

Issued for additions and betterments 

Issued for purchase of railway or other property 

Issued for acquisition of securities 

Issued for refundment of securities 

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26,379,484 



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379,000 
27,500,784 
11,130,000 
35,000,000 
49,332,185 
31,579,400 



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RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 






Account 


Total Par 

Value 
Oustanding 


Assignment 
to Railways 


Amount Per Mile of Line 
Miles Amount 




$ 68,754,700 
154,921,369 


$ 68,754,700 
154,921,369 


4,567.74 
4,567.74 


$ 150.52 




339. 17 








Totals 


223,676,069 


223,676,069 


4,567.74 


489. 69 







EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR— Entire Line. 


Account 


Through 
Issue of 
Securities 


Property 
Retired or 
Converted 


Adjustments 


Total 




$ 89,514.18 

223,905.51 

18,987.72 

6,414.68 

1,566.60 

408,628.43 

251,597.24 

45,632.10 

1,144,506.85 

145,045.51 

30,017.59 

14,535.32 

7,022.06 

12,272.74 

15,634.95 

157,760.47 

8,836.17 

290,317.10 

656. 68 

19,444.01 

18,669.39 

13,975.85 

6,608.17 

41,758.53 

2,919,059.86 

50,575.03 


$ 


$ 


$ 89,514.18 




223,905.51 








18,987.72 








6,414.68 








1,566.60 








408,628.43 








251,597.24 








45,632.10 








1,144,506.85 






111,141.40 










Fencing right of way 

Improvement of crossings under or over 






























































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758,082.50* 


2.160.977.36 






50,575.03 










Totals 


5,942,940.74 


758,082.50* 


111,141.40 


5,295,999.64 







^Credit. 



282 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Invested Since June 30, 1907— Entire Line. 



Account 



Expendi- 
tures for 
New Lines 
or Exten- 
sions Dur- 
ing Year 
through 
Issue of 
Securities 



Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During 
Year 



Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1913 



Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1914 



Road — 

Engineering... $ 17,488.47 

Right of way and station grounds 65,896. 17 

Real estate 100.20 

Grading. 135,740.26 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 103,529.14 

Ties 27,997.14 

Rails 22,011.72 

Frogs and switches 6,558.71 

Track fastenings and other material 4,524.68 

Ballast 

Track laying and surfacing 31,607.50 

Roadway tools 1,161. 15 

Fencing right of way 27,772.60 

Crossings and signs 1,810.91 

Interlocking and other signal apparatus... 3,659.39 

Telegraph and telephone lines 426.85 

Station buildings and fixtures 11,742.58 

General office buildings and fixtures 

Shops, enginehouses, and turntables I 

Shop machinery and tools 

Water stations | 4,795.78 

Fuel stations j 

Storage warehouses ! 

Dock and wharf property 

Electric light plants I 

Miscellaneous Structures 16,017.35 

Transportation of men and material 

Rent of equipment 

Repairs of equipment 

Cost of road purchased 84,237.02 



$ 28 

89 

224 

336 

650 

153 

673 

48 

138 

23 

92 



,935.38 
,514.18 
,180.51 
,958.61 
,863.53 
,220.47 
,976.45 
,849.42 
,327.76 
,013.42 
,588.78 
993. 37 
358.96 
,510.71 
,803.18 
,161.24 
,552.60 
, 168. 05 
,268.20 



12,643.65 
3,477.00 
9,893.09 

40,752.90 



58,010.! 



$ 206 

481 

408 

1,904 

2,641, 

652. 

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400 

1 

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287, 
225 
871 , 
145 
826 
162 
127 

40 
196 
276 

21 
265 

25 

17, 

473 



780. 18 
134.20 
415.37 
299. 78 
816.30 
697.29 I 
610. 69 
176.57 
659. 60 
433. 50 
. 119. 37 
350. 97 
122.43 
374. 83 
443.43 
285. 83 
497. 75 
033. 53 
475. 66 
090. 35 
680. 94 
767. 60 
655. 76 
547.01 
490. 26 
930. 32 
063. 62 
201.89 
429.41 
500. 99 



$ 253 , 

636 

632 

2,376 

3,396 

833 

4,006 

152 

411 

87 

524 

3 

74 

72 

492 

234 

1,056 

239 

864 

162 

145 

44 

206 

317 

21 

339 

25 

17 

557 



,204.03 
,544.55 
,696.08 
,998.65 
,208.97 
,914.90 
,598.86 
,584.70 
,512.04 
,446.92 
,315.65 
,505.49 
,253.99 
,696.45 
,906.00 
,873.92 
,792.93 
,201.58 
,743.86 
,090.35 
,120.37 
, 244. 60 
,548.85 
,299.91 
,490.26 
,958.49 
,063.62 
,201.89 
429. 41 
,738.01 



Totals. 



567,077.62 3,135,022.28 14,486,085.43 18,188,185.33 



Equipment — 

Steam locomotives.. 
Passenger- train cars. 

Freight- train cars 

Work equipment 

Floating equipment. 

Totals 



General Expenditures— 

Taxes 

Interest and commissions. 
Other expenditures 



2,552.00 



760,250.63 
359,631.48 
949,216.66 

91,878.59 



2,419,667.96 
931,716.59 

6,831,843.46 

237,610.21 

38,596.59 



2,552.00 I 2,160,977.36 10,459,434.81 



3,182,470.59 

1,291,348.07 

7,781,060.12 

329,488.80 

38,596.59 



12,622,964.17 



9.76 

259,583.60 

338. 14 



Totals. 



259,931.50 



9.76 

259,583.60 

338. 14 



259,931.50 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



283 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT- 


-Investment Since June 30, 1907— Entire Line— Continued. 


Account 


Expendi- 
tures for 
New Lines 
or Exten- 
sions Dur- 
ing Year 
through 
Issue of 
Securities 


Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
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During 
Year 


Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1913 


Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1914 


Recapitulation — 












Road . _ 




$ 383,770.41 
2,552.00 


$3,318,329.49 
2,160,977.36 


$14,486,085.43 
10,459,434.81 


$18,188,185.33 




12,622,964.17 








259,931.50 


259,931.50 














386,322.41 


5,479,306.85 


25,205,451.74 


31,071,081.00 









SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account 


Amount — 
Entire Line 


* 

Investment to June 30, 1907 — 


$118,942,804.70 


Equipment _ . ... . . ....... . 


25,803,719.39 


Investment since June 30, 1907.. . 


31,071,081.00 






Total 


175,817,605.09 


Reserve for accrued depreciation— Cr... .. _ . ...... 


10,368,020.31 






Net Total 


165,449,584.78 


Cost per mile of line . . _. . . . 


36,221.32 







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N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION. 



INCOME STATEMENT. 



Account 


Amount 


Amount 


Railway Operating Income — 


$36,832,779.57 
26,212,087.59 


$ 










Net revenue (or deficit) — rail operations . _ _ 




10,620,691.98 




72,779.72 
82,419.73 












Net revenue (or deficit) auxiliary operations ... ... . 




9,640.01 








Net railway operating revenue (or deficit) _ 


10,611,051.97 






1,561,159.37 










9,049,892.60 


Other income — 


*3,009.48 

262,289.53 

252,151.32 

99,209.35 

47,224.75 

2,950,888.88 

154,251.13 

285,188.53 

3,838.72 












































4,052,032.73 










13,101,925.33 


Deductions from Gross Income — 


$ 40,276.00 

124,553.62 

7,211.14 

25,290.99 


















5,558,419.08 






1,938.55 
3,321.60 
2,067.88 




















5,763,078.86 








7,338,846.47 


Disposition of Net Income — 


9.838.72 


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Income balance transferred to credit (or debit) of profit and loss 




7,329,007.75 







♦Credit. 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE KAILROAD COMPANY. 



285 



PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT. 



Account 


Debits 


Credits 




$ 


S 27,895,986.91 






7,329,007.75 






50,369.19 




26,132.73 




4,808,957.00 

158,818.52 

150,501.58 

92,711.06 

15,306.80 

30,075,201.62 




















Balance credit or debit (at end of fiscal period) carried to general 








Total 


35,301,496.58 


35,301,496.58 







OPERATING REVENUES— Entire Line and Stat€ 


. 






Entire Line- 
Total 
Revenues 


State of North Carolina 


Account 


Intrastate 
Revenues 


Interstate 
Revenues 
Assigned 
to State 


Total 
Revenues 


Revenue from Transportation— 


$24,825,312.87 


$1,590,128.17 


$5,264,290.53 


$ 6,854,418.70 








9,212,170.30 
116,473.10 
652,986.38 

1,287,008.52 
13,986.14 


1,115,605.18 

15,238.02 

46,616.86 

95,506.13 

3,737.13 


933,258.62 

8,863.84 

108,772.68 

222,847.65 

1,117.08 


2,048,863.80 


Excess baggage revenue- _. _ _ 


24,101.86 


Mail revenue .. _ . . __ 


155,389.54 


Express revenue. .. . _ ..... 


318,353.78 


Other passenger train revenue. . 


4,854.21 






Total passenger service train revenue 


11,282,624.44 


1,276,703.32 


1,274,859.87 


2,551,563.19 




235,709.82 

28,130.19 

1,683.40 


36,321.03 

5,851.95 
665,07 




36,321.03 




2,791.10 


8,643.05 


Miscellaneous transportation revenue 


665. 07 








Total revenue from transportation. 


36,373,460.72 


2,909,669.54 


6,541,941.50 


9,451,611.04 


Revenue from Operations Other than 
Transportation— 
Station and train privileges... 


33,386.06 

697. 60 

47,443.24 

1,044.03 

89,232.82 

9,005.29 

261,338.52 


4,180.01 

307.95 

12,554.47 

111.01 

24,336.46 

532. 65 

2,730.39 


3,215.31 


7,395.32 


Parcel-room receipts 


307. 95 


Storage — freight ...... . ... 




12,554.47 


Storage— baggage 




111.01 


Car service.. 




24,336.46 


Rents of buildings and other property . 




532. 65 


Miscellaneous 


32,518.83 


35,249.22 






Total revenue from operations other 
than transportation 


442,147.66 


44,752.94 


35,734.14 


80,487.08 






Joint facilities revenue — Dr 


5,698.77 
22,869.96 


6.61 
462. 63 




6.61 


Joint facilities revenue — Cr. .... 




462. 63 








Total operating revenues.. . 


36,832,779.57 


2,954,878.50 


6,577,675.64 


9,532,554.14 





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1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED. 

NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS 



Kind of Security 


Par Value 


Dividends 
or Interest 


Stocks — 


$38,331,050.00 
4,889,900.00 


$2,657,176.28 




293,712.60 






Totals 


43,220,950.00 


2,950,888.88 






Funded Debt— 


22,194,234.09 

2,541,882.45 
1,621,948.60 






120,827.13 




32,704.00 






Totals _. . 


26,358,065.14 


153,531.13 






Miscellaneous Securities— 
Miscellaneous securities of other than railway companies — active 


16,000.00 


720. 00 


Totals 


16,000.00 


720.00 







SINKING AND OTHER FUNDS. 

INCOME AND DISBURSEMENTS DURING THE YEAR. 





Income 




Name of Fund 


Cash Appro- 
priations 
to Fund 


Other 
Income 
to Fund 


Disburse- 
ments 


Sinking and Redemption Funds — 


$ 450,000.00 
250,000.00 


$ 


$ 450,000.00 






150,000.00 








Totals 


700,000.00 




600,000.00 









Insurance and Other Reserve Funds— 
Fire insurance fund _. 


68,027.14 


3,838.78 


30,369.31 






Totals 


68,027.14 


3,838.78 


30,369.31 







ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



291 



SINKING AND OTHER FUNDS— Continued. 

ASSETS ON JUNE 30, 1914. 





Securities in Fund 


Cash 
in Fund 




Name of Fund and Secretary 


Par Value 


Cost or 
Book Value 


Total 


Sinking and Redemption Funds— 
Safe Deposit & Trust Co.— Deposit to re- 
deem equipment trust 4% "A" bonds... 
Safe Deposit & Trust Co.— Deposit to re- 


$ 




$ 153,000.00 
120,833.33 


$153,000.00 
120,833.33 












Totals -. 






273,833.33 


273,83333 










Insurance and other Reserve Funds — 
Fire Insurance Fund— A. C. L. R. R. Co., 


150,000 
30,000 
50,000 


150,000.00 
29,701.80 
50,000.00 






C J & W. R. R.— 3year 5% notes 






B. & 0. R. R. Co., equip, trust 4^% bonds. 






32,297.09 














Totals. 


230,000 


229,704.30 


32,297.09 


262,001.39 







OPERATING RESERVES. 



Designation 


Amount 
on June 
30, 1913 


Accretions 
During 
the Year 


Disburse- 
ments 
During 
the Year 


Amount 
on June 
30, 1914 




$ 292,435.60 
203,756.10 


$ 277,261.64 
114,986.37 


$ 196,163.31 
87,833.35 


$ 373,533.93 




230,909.12 






Totals 


496,191.70 


392,248.01 


283,996.66 


604,443.05 







RESERVES FROM INCOME OR SURPLUS. 



Designation 


Amount 
on June 
30, 1913 


Accretions 
During 
the Year 


Disburse- 
ments 
During 
the Year 


Amount 
on June 
30, 1914 


Fire insurance fund 


$ 215,345.73 


$ 81,767.77 


$ 36,875.14 


$ 260,238.36 







292 



N. C CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ADVANCES TO PROPRIETARY, AFFILIATED, AND CONTROLLED COMPANIES— TEMPORARY 
ADVANCES FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES. 



Name of Company 



Georgia Railroad Co., advances 

Georgia Railroad Co., lease account 

Columbia Union Station Co 

Atlantic and East Coast Terminal Co 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

Goldsboro Union Station Co 

Charleston Union Station Co.. 

Wilmington Railway Bridge Co 

Washington and Vandemere Railroad Co... 
Winston-Salem Southbound Railway Co.... 

Augusta and Summerville Railroad Co 

Atlantic Land and Improvement Co 

Charleston Terminal Co 

Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co... 

Savannah Union Station Co. 

Augusta Union Station Co 

Richmond and Washington Co 

Belt Line Railway Co. (Montgomery, Ala.) 

Total 



Amount 



632 
105 

320 

27 

2 

4 

21 

155 

460 

7 

1,095 

15 

230, 

2 

4 

15 

19 



,347.77 
,885.52 
173.43 
,919.02 
,846.45 
,740.47 
,'053. 27 
,897.83 
,424.16 
,000.00 
,543.12 
,810.80 
,000.00 
,000.00 
,801.11 
,350.47 
,200.00 
,206.17 



3,121,204.59 



SPECIAL DEPOSITS. 



Designation of Deposit and Description of 
Security or Property 


Securities 


Cash 




Par 

Value 


Cost or 
Book Value 


Total 


To Secure Lease of the Georgia railroad— 
A. C. L. R. R. Co. of S. C, 4% bonds 


$500,000.00 
75,000.00 

16,000.00 


$ 500,000.00 
75,000.00 

16,000.00 


$ 


$500,000.00 


A. C. L. R. R. Co., consol. 4% bonds 




75,000.00 


To Secure Lease of Central Railroad of S.C.— 




16,000.00 


Proceeds of land under mortgages sold and held 


5,500.00 


5,500.00 




5,700.00 














Totals 


596,700.00 


591,000.00 


5,500.00 


596,500.00 







ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



293 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State. 



Account 



Entire Line — ■ 
Amount 



State of North 

Carolina — 

Amount 



Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence 

Ballast 

Ties 

Rails 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Removal of snow, sand, and ice 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Over and under grade crossings 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle guards, and signs 

Signals and interlocking plants 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Buildings, fixtures, and grounds 

Docks and wharves 

Roadway tools and supplies 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Dr 
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Cr. 

Total — maintenance of way and structures... 

Maintenance of Equipment — • 

Superintendence 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locom otives — renewals 

Steam locomotives — depreciation 

Passenger train cars — repairs J 

Passenger train cars — -renewals 

Passenger train cars— depreciation 

Freight train cars— repairs 

Freight train cars — renewals 

Freight train cars— depreciation 

Floating equipment— repairs 

Floating equipment — depreciation 

Work equipment — repairs 

Work equipment — renewals 

Work equipment — depreciation 

Shop machinery and tools 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Dr 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Cr 

Total — maintenance of equipment 

Traffic Expenses— 

Superintendence 

Outside agencies 

Advertising 

Traffic associations 

Fast freight lines 

Industrial and immigration bureaus 



238, 

106, 

1,031, 

300, 

206, 

1,736, 

5, 

647, 

2, 

64, 

76, 

75, 

518, 

85, 

58, 

37, 

9, 

4, 

59, 

146, 



034. 23 
853.93 
426. 89 
000.00 
315.02 

534. 29 
161.14 
300. 21 
930. 55 
461.21 
695. 26 
096. 55 
952. 11 
317.44 
521.24 

107. 24 
170. 82 
393. 32 

645. 30 
972. 57 



5,116,944.18 



61,603.26 

27,653.79 

266,933.28 

77,640.00 

53,394.32 

449,415.08 

1,335.70 

167,521.29 

758.43 

16,682.56 

19,848.73 

19,434.99 

134,304.81 

22,080.15 

15,145.30 

9,603.35 

2,373.42 

1,136.99 

15,436.20 

38,036.50 



1,324,265.15 



197,805.85 


51,192.15 


1,763,291.43 


456,339.82 


15,935.68 


4,124.15 


279,027.16 


72,212.23 


487,553.65 


126,178.88 


12,769.54 


3,304.76 


76,852.60 


19,889.45 


2,254,937.95 


583,577.94 


71,542.89 


18,515.30 


679,378.54 


175,823.16 


11,013.84 


2,850.38 


3,306.12 


855. 62 


51,167.66 


13,242.19 


8,633.89 


2,234.45 


17,739.68 


4,591.03 


124,416.29 


32,198.93 


10,334.71 


2,674.64 


13,793.43 


3,569.74 


1,507.72 


390. 20 


13,901.56 


3,597.74 


204.37 


52.89 


6,094,705.82 


1,577,309.87 


159,177.65 


41,195.18 


267,383.39 


69,199.82 


75,765.04 


19,607.99 


28,846.87 


7,465.57 


3,662.93 


947. 97 


12,370.86 


3,200.58 



294 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account 



Entire Line — 
Amount 



State of North 
Carolina 
Amount 



Traffic Expenses — Continued. 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Total — traffic expenses 

Transportation Expenses — ■ 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees 

Weighing and car service associations 

Station supplies and expenses 

Yardmasters and their clerks 

Yard conductors and brakemen 

Yard switch and signal tenders 

Yard supplies and expenses 

Yard enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — -yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Water for yard locomotives 

Lubricants for yard locomotives 

Other supplies for yard locomotives 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Dr 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Cr 

Road enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — -road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Interlockers and block and other signals — operation 

Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

Drawbridge operation 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Operating floating equipment 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Loss and damage — freight 

Loss and damage — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way _> 

Injuries to persons 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Dr 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Cr 

Total — transportation expenses 

General Expenses— 

Salaries and expenses of general officers, 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses... 

Insurance 

Relief department expenses 

Pensions 



$ 102,477.84 
136. 23 



113,454.02 
311,974.52 
20,812.66 
238,153.32 
185,011.60 
51,630.58 
25,110.42 



26,521.26 
35.26 



649,820.81 


168,173.63 


315,149.91 


81,560.80 


314,615.39 


81,422.46 


2,228,918.82 


576,844.19 


64,271.64 


16,633.50 


182,406.59 


47,206.72 


213,920.21 


55,362.55 


486,190.59 


125,826.12 


12,449.79 


3,222.14 


20,556.60 


5,320.05 


358,434.87 


92,762.94 


68,457.00 


17,716.67 


407,336.73 


105,418.75 


20,621.68 


5,336.89 


4,112.24 


1,064.25 


8,147.18 


2,108.49 


185,094.68 


47,902.50 


140,731.03 


36,421.19 


1,477,014.15 


382,251.26 


369,106.60 


95,524.79 


2,560,773.12 


662,728.08 


141,027.48 


36,497.91 


49,138.03 


12,716.92 


50,261.66 


13,007.71 


1,662,433.71 


430,237.84 


451,670.39 


116,892.30 


28,650.41 


7,414.73 


48,127.70 


12,455.45 


33,641.75 


8,706.48 


54,432.82 


14,087.21 


44,968.50 


11,637.85 


38,665.40 


10,006.60 


111,727.03 


28,914.95 


23,601.93 


6,108.18 


644,687.63 


166,845.16 


10,373.17 


2,684.58 


70,829.63 


18,330.71 


167,284.08 


43,293.12 


381,004.59 


98,603.99 


8,044.25 


2,081.85 


59,151.30 


15,308.36 


13,118,265.62 


3,395,007.14 



29,361.90 
80,739.00 

5,386.32 
61,634.09 
47,881.00 
13,361.99 

6,498.58 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE KAILROAD COMPANY. 



295 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account 



Entire Line — 
Amount 



State of North 
Carolina 
Amount 



General Expenses — Continued. 

Stationery and printing 

Valuation expenses 

Other expenses 

General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Dr.. 
General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Cr.. 



I 29,143.33 

201,354.90 

46,772.54 

11,554.64 

2,621.37 



7,542.29 
52,110.65 
12,104.73 

2,990.34 

678.41 



Total — general expenses i 1,232,351. 16 



318,932.48 



Recapitulation of Expenses — 
Maintenance of way and structures. 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 



5,116,944.18 

6,094,705.82 

649,820.81 

13,118,265.62 

1,232,351.16 



1,324,2^5.15 


1,577,309.87 


168,173.63 


3,395,007.14 



318,932.^ 





26,212,087.59 


6,783,688.27 






Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, per cent 


71.17 


71.17 



296 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RENTS RECEIVABLE. 

FROM JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location 



Name of Lessee 



Amount 



Joint Tracks— 

Selma-Pinners Point 

Tarboro 

Columbia 

Magnolia Junction-Vardells Creek. 

Hardeeville-Central Junction 

Central Junction- Jacksonville 

Mulberry 

Sanford-Lake Charm 

Joint Yards and Terminals — 

Richmond 

Port Norfolk 

Selma ... 

Tarboro. 

Washington 

Pembroke 

Sanf ord 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Fayetteville 

Wadesboro 

Gibson 



Hope Mills 

Charleston 

Sylvester 

Thomasville 

Jessup .- 

Brunswick 

Waycross 

Albany 

Naylor 

Jacksonville 

Palatka 

Palatka 

Sanf ord 

River Junction. 
River Junction. 
River Junction. 

Ocala 

Montgomery... 
Montgomery... 

Dothan 

Mulberry 

Columbia 

Offerman. 

Albany 

Albany 

Albany 

Haylow 

Haylow 

Carters. 

Johns 

Sumter 

Columbia 

Hardeeville 



Southern Railway. 

East Carolina Railway 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway. 

Southern Railway.. 

Southern Railway 

Char. Harb. and Nor. Ry. Co.. 
Sanf ord Traction Co... 



Bainbridge... Ga. Fla. and Ala. Railway 



R. F. and P. Railroad 

Southern Railway 1 

Southern Railway 

East Carolina Railway 

Washington and Vandemere Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Railway.. 

Cape Fear Chem. Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Railroad. 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway 

Rockingham Railroad. ... 

Georgetown and Western Railroad 

Virginia and Carolina Sou. Railroad 

Southern Railway 

Gulf Line Railroad.. 

Fla. Central Railroad 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

A-. B. and A. Railway 

Ga. Nor. Railroad 

Milltown Air Line Railroad 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

Florida E. Coast Railway 

Ga. Sou. and Fla. Railway 

Sanford and Everglade Railroad 

Appalach. Nor. Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Lou. and Nash. Railroad 

Ocala Sou. West Railway 

Belt Line Railroad 

Mobile and Ohio Railroad 

Central of Ga. Railway 

Char. Harb. and Nor. Railway 

Col. New. and Lau. Railroad Co 

At. Bir. and Atlantic Railroad Co 

Ga. So. West and Gulf Railroad Co 

Central of Ga. Railway Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Ga. Sou. and Fla. Railway Co 

Statesville Railroad Co 

Lake Han. and Claremont Railway.. 

Lau. and Sou. Railroad Co 

Nor. and Western Railroad 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 



$ 89,630.75 

17.88 

65.31 

1,544.51 

14,453.77 

115,943.86 

366. 64 

25.00 



2,696.88 

249. 10 

102. 72 

360.00 

1,300.80 

50.88 

395. 59 

49.05 

3,408.00 

884. 78 

1,206.60 

219.49 

240. 00 

600. 00 

728.40 

72.65 

600. 00 

1,742.90 

520. 68 

1,320.00 

19.98 

180.00 

180.00 

1,150.82 

568. 12 

17.26 

966.59 

1,002.39 

1,006.55 

936. 00 

1,284.54 

3,909.16 

27.77 

62.64 

32.18 

13.56 

13.79 

41.52 

12.79 

, 3.00 

3.00 



281.25 

1,263.95 

41.22 

5.24 

1.65 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



297 



RENTS RECEIVABLE— From Joint Facilities— Continued. 



Location 


Name of Lessee 


Amount 


Joint Yards and Terminals — Continued. 




$ 125. 19 






56.28 




Ala. Fla. and Sou. Railroad 


54.00 










Total 


252,151.32 









INCOME FROM LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased 


Location 


Name of Lessee 


Amount 








% 1,000.00 


James River Branch- 
Enterprise Branch 


Clopton to James River 

Enterprise, Fla., to Enter- 
prise Junction, Fla 


Operated by R. F. and P. R. R. Co._ 
Florida East Coast Railway Co 


*4,009.48 








Total 


*3,009.48 











'Credit. 



MISCELLANEOUS RENT INCOME. 



Description and Location of Property 


Name of Lessee 


Amount 


Land and buildings 




% 99,209.35 









298 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RENTS PAYABLE. 
FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location 


Name of Lessor 


Amount 


Joint Tracks- 




$ 157.50 






25.00 






5,425.00 
297. 99 








C. and W. C. Railway... .. 


15,552.87 






4,451.92 






1,688.68 




Char. Har. and Nor. Ry. Co.. . ... 


240. 81 


Joint Yards and Terminals — ■ 


R. F. and P. Railroad 


36.80 






1,968.28 






420. 00 


Port Norfolk 




382. 74 






3,094.42 






1,072.20 






110.00 






54.50 






1,108.98 






10,901.67 






1,204.34 




C. and W. C. Railway 


1,220.66 






16,798.46 






22,468.52 






3,612.92 






16,053.40 






3,767.56 






456. 00 






125. 00 






10,324.98 






50.69 






34.66 


Tifton - 




72.72 






1,374.05 








Total 


124,553.62 






1 



FOR LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased 


Guaranteed 

Interest on 

Bonds 


Cash 


Total 




$ 


$ 31,000.00 


$ 31,000.00 




6,276.00 


6,276.00 




3,000.00 


3,000.00 








Totals 


6,276.00 


34,000.00 


40,276.00 







ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



299 



RENTS PAYABLE— Continued. 

MISCELLANEOUS RENT DEDUCTIONS. 



Description 
of Property 



Location 



Name of Lessor 



Amount 



Use of wharf, etc 

Right of way Dummy 
Line 



Wilmington, N. C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Use of streets 

Water rights 

Rent of right of way 
for spur track, etc.. 

Total 



Augusta, Ga... 
Richmond, Va. 



Wilmington Comp. and W. H. Co... 

Fidelity Tr. and Dev. Co., Nellie 

S. Worth and E. T. Burruss 

City of Augusta 

Ches. and Ohio Ry. Co 



Va., N. C. and Ga. 



Various. 



680. 00 



1,999.80 
1,666.66 
2,550.00 



314. 68 



7,211.14 



MISCELLANEOUS DEDUCTIONS 



Nature of Deduction 



United States Income Tax upon interest on funded debt of this company assumed by it. 



Amount 



$ 2,067.1 





SEPARATELY OPERATED PROPERTIES. 




Name of Property 


Location 


Deficit 


Georgia Railroad... 


Augusta to Atlanta, Ga., with branches to Athens, Washington and 
Macon, Ga.. ... 


$ 25,290.99 









300 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 

EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 



Kind of Equipment 



Basis of Compensation 



Locomotive 
Days or 

Car Days — 
Number 



Locomotive 
Miles or 

Car Miles — 
Number 



Total 
Compensation 



Accrued on Equipment Borrowed — 

Passenger locomotives 

Freight locomotives 

Work locomotives 

Passenger train cars 

Freight train cars 

Work cars 

Totals 

Accrued on Equipment Loaned — • 

Passenger locomotives 

Freight locomotives 

Work locomotives 

Passenger train cars 

Freight train cars 

Work cars 

Totals 



1,504 

1,578 

4,242,587 
705 



34,632 
4,179,359 



17,621.36 

130,254.08 

1,905,349.73 

984. 52 



4,246,374 


4,213,989 


2,054,209.69 


2,362 

579 

5,341,165 

4,326 


15,485 

3,362,693 

7,752 
1,083 


23,859.04 

105,448.24 

2,402,877.66 

6,408.16 


5,348,432 


3,387,013 


2,538,593.10 



RAILWAY TAX ACCRUALS. 





Ad Valorem 
Tax on the 
Value of 
Real and 
Personal 
Property 


Specific Tax 


Internal 
Revenue, 
United 
States 
Govern- 
ment 
Income 
Tax 




State 


On 

Stocks, 

Bonds, 

Loans, 

Etc. 


On Gross 

or Net 
Earnings, 
Revenue 
or Divi- 
dends 


On Traffic 
or Some 
Physical 

Quality of 
Property 

Operated, 

or on 
Privilege 


Total 




$ 64,075.05 
388,497.84 
262,455.17 
241,793.46 


$ 25.00 


$10,493.70 


$ 

9,592.50 

4,807.87 


$ 


74,593.75 






39S,090.34 






11,111.69 




278,374.73 




200. 00 









241,993.46 




406,541.21 




19,163.95 




425,705.16 




72,011.72 
17.80 
5.40 
2.22 


1,873.48 




1,639.00 




75,524.20 


New York .. 






17.80 


District of Columbia 








5.40 




I 


1 


2.22 








66,852.31 


66,852.31 


Totals 






1,435,399.87 


2,098.48 


21,605.39 


35,203.32 


66,852.31 


1,561,159.37 



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Class 


Number 

on 
June 30 


Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked 


Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion 


Average 
Daily 

Compen- 
sation 




14 
61 
349 
142 
537 
170 
179 
174 
346 
102 
233 

1,044 
113 
624 
199 
154 

1,023 


5,110 
20,132 

127,729 
56,640 

155,736 
61,469 
64,374 
62,613 

124,641 
36,823 
78,366 

354,124 
43,992 

186,066 
70,963 
57,669 

271,424 


$ 68,265.00 
187,457.26 
284,380.36 
114,460.33 
221,059.52 
380,495.38 
179,603.08 
302,420.07 
316,588.33 
136,544.90 
205,916.77 
574,068.35 

81,815.31 
199,833.53 

38,175.26 
134,948.42 
710,351.95 


$ 13.36 




9,38 




2.23 




2.02 




1.41 




6.19 




2.79 




4.83 




2.54 




3.70 




2.62 




1.62 




1.86 




1.07 


Switch tenders, crossing tenders, and watchmen... 


.53 
2.34 




2.61 








5,464 
14 


1,777,871 
5,110 


4,136,383.82 
68,265.00 


2.32 




13.36 








5,450 


1,772,761 


4,068,118.82 


2.29 






Distribution of Above— 


1,393 
1,454 

149 
2,002 

466 


391,690 
485,691 
50,771 
680,166 
169,553 


567,208.28 
985,145.11 
182,651.00 
1,914,676.07 
486,703.36 


1.44 




2.02 




3.59 




2.81 




2.87 








5,464 
14 


1,777,871 
5,110 


4,136,383.82 
68,265.00 


2.32 




13.36 






Totals (excluding general officers) 


5,450 


1,772,761 


4,068,118.82 


2.29 







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306 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS-Entire Line. 



Item 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road. 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 

Freight Traffic— 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile... 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile 

Total Traffic — ■ 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car-mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile.. 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 



9,153,694 
417,417,644 
89,836 
45.60 



Revenue and Rates 



Dollars 



9,212,170 

1 



11,282,624 
2,428 



13,114,739 
2,040,571,520 
439,168 
155.59 



13 

46 

5.55 

12.91 

224. 76 

26.90 

17.41 

8.55 

,646.45 



24,825,312 
1 



5,342 

2 

36,832,779 

7,927 

2 

26,212,087 

5,641 

1 

10,620,691 

2,285 



Cts. 



Mills 



6.39 
2.07 



6.44 



2.93 
2.17 



4.42 



6.76 



5.05 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



307 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line— Continued. 



Classification 



Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 

Freight locomotive miles 

Passenger locomotive miles 

Mixed locomotive miles. 

Special locomotive miles 

Switching locomotive miles 



Total revenue locomotive mileage. 



Nonrevenue service locomotive miles. 

Car Mileage — Revenue Service:. 
Freight Car Miles — 

Loaded 

Empty 

Caboose 



Total freight car miles 

Passenger Car Miles — 

Passenger 

Sleeping, parlor, and observation. 
Other passenger train cars 



Total passenger car miles 

Special Car Miles— 

Freight— loaded 

Caboose 

Passenger 

Sleeping, parlor, and observation. 
Other passenger train cars 



Total special car miles 

Total revenue car mileage. 
Nonrevenue service car miles.. 



Item 



8,763,860 

8,720,169 

594,607 

9,055 

3,993,671 



158,019,937 

77,621,348 

8,598,752 



20,666,685 
12,167,520 

17,830,583 




Total 



22,081,362 



977,611 



244,240,037 



50,664,788 



94,871 



294,999,1 



7,595,501 



Train Mileage— Revenue Service: 


8,516,541 

8,562,813 

562,276 

9,055 












Special train miles . . . 








Total revenue train mileage .. 




17,650,685 












677,611 







308 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item 


Number 

Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 


Revenue and Rates 


Passenger Traffic — 


2,780,681 

91,778,943 

33 


Dollars 


Cts. 


Mills 




















2,048,863 


80 
73 
02 
19 
13 




Average amount received from each passenger 




6.84 




"_ -— | 


2.32 


Total passenger service train revenue. . ._ .... 




2,551,563 
2,464 




Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 






Freight Traffic — 


4,840,452 

1,394,741 

527,638,555 

109 




Number of tons carried of intrastate freight earning 


























6,854,418 

1,590,128 

1 

1 


70 
17 
41 

14 
01 
61 

14 

92 
27 
25 
87 
67 














6.06 


Average amount received for each ton of intrastate 
freight. 




0.09 


Average receipts per ton per mile 




2.99 






6 

9,532,554 
9,205 

6,783,688 
6,551 

2,748,865 
2,654 


9.55 


Total Traffic— 






Operating revenues per mile of road 
































1,035.48 













ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



309 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers 


Total Freight Tonnage 


Products of Agriculture— 


Whole Tons 

86,014 

45,365 

87, 139 

41,319 

66,802 

273,725 

449,700 

238,341 


Whole Tons 
90,163 
90,294 
77,009 
88,329 
21,864 
120,079 
• 180,069 
49,528 


Whole Tons 
176,177 
135,659 
164,148 
129,648 
88,666 
393,804 
629,769 
287,869 


Per Cent 
1.34 


Flour . .. . ..- . 


1.03 




1.25 


Hay 


.99 




.68 




3.00 




4.80 




2.20 






Totals 


1,288,405 


717,335 


2,005,740 


15.29 






Products of Animals — 


37,237 


14,011 

2,010 

45,178 

3,345 

159 

941 


51,248 
2,010 
71,599 
10,923 
229 
4,075 


.39 




.02 




26,421 

7,578 

70 

3,134 


.55 




.08 


Wool 






.03 






Totals ... 


74,440 


65,644 


140,084 


1.07 






Products of Mines— 


392 

31,392 

279 

316,116 

1,570,579 


9,017 
696,203 

7,749 
232,719 
110,026 


9,409 
727,595 

8,028 

548,835 

1,680,605 


.07 




5.55 


Coke . 


.06 




4.19 




12.81 






Totals 


1,918,758 


1,055,714 


2,974,472 


22. 68 








1,893,539 
1,176,278 


513,481 
151,513 


2,407,020 
1,327,791 


18.35 




10.13 






Totals 


3,069,817 


664,994 


3,734,811 


28.48 






Manufactures — 


323,919 
18,066 
121,163 

87 
U,453 
32,081 
18,082 

267,887 

2,255 

6,562 

5,447 

22,095 


25,814 

7,505 

67,869 

15,750 

9,667 

71,918 

34,313 

258,585 

4,704 

11,671 

17,898 

21.601 


349,733 
25,571 

189,032 
15,837 
24,120 

103,999 
52,395 

526,472 

6,959 

18,233 

23,345 

43,696 

1,734,974 


2.67 




.20 




1.44 




.12 




.18 




.79 




.40 




4.02 




.05 




.14 


Wines, liquors, and beers . ... 


.18 


Household goods and furniture. . 


.33 


Other manufacturers- ... ... . .... 


1,490,275 244.699 


13.23 










Totals 


2,322,372 


791,994 


3.114.366 


23.75 








Merchandise ... 


492,137 

234,614 
9,400,543 


231,959 
186,556 


724,096 
421,170 


5.52 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


3.21 


Total tonnage 


3,714,196 


13,114,739 


100. 00 







310 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers 


Total Freight Tonnage 


Products of Agriculture— 


Whole Tons 
11,827 

7,751 
11,590 

8,905 
32,731 
73,637 
31,081 
65,445 


Whole Tons 
58,757 
46,720 
28,733 
52,349 
27,856 
78,636 
310,660 
33,567 


Whole Tons 
70,584 
54,471 
40,323 
61,254 
60,587 
152,273 
341,741 
99,012 


her Cent 
1.46 


Flour 


1.12 




83 


Hay 


1.27 




1.25 




3.15 




7.06 




2.05 






Totals 


242,967 


637,278 


880,245 


18.19 






Products of Animals — 


4,513 

2,370 

882 

20 

245 


10,374 

20,186 

2,799 

9 

1,488 


14,887 
22,556 

3,681 
29 

1,733 


.31 




.47 




.08 


Wool 






.03 






Totals ... 


8,030 


34,856 


42,886 


.89 






Products of Mines — 




6,599 
399,425 

2,781 
135,706 
76,249 


6,599 
405,725 

2,796 
147,959 
76,249 


.14 




6,300 

15 

12,253 


8.38 


Coke 


.06 




3.06 




1.57 








Totals 


18,568 


620,760 


639,328 


13.21 






Products of Forests— 


699,643 
473,663 


495,346 

82,732 


1,194,989 
556.395 


24.69 




11.49 








Totals 


1,173,306 


578.078 1 1.751.384 1 36.18 






Manufactures — 


33,914 

3,489 

3,410 

8 

2,431 

4,998 

3,069 

69,869 

498 

4,445 

47 

5,380 

400,612 


J 
41,301 75.215 


1.55 




5,411 

901 

7,899 

8,625 

44,344 

22,512 

75,199 

3,997 

7,034 

2,915 

10,626 

285,168 


8,900 

4,311 

7,907 

11,056 

49,342 

25,581 

145,068 

4,495 

11,479 

2,962 

16,006 

685,780 


.18 




.09 




.16 




.23 




1.02 




.53 




3.00 




.09 




.24 




.06 




.33 




14.17 






Totals 


532,170 


515,932 


1,048,102 j 21,65 








94,594 
70,043 


201,895 
111,975 


296,489 | 6.12 


Miscellaneous— 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


182,018 


3.76 




2,139,678 


2,700,774 


4,840,452 


100. 00 







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DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line. 



Item 


Number 

on 
June 30, 

1913 


Number 

Added 

During 

Year 


Number 

Retired 

During 

Year 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1914 


Number Fitted 
With— 


Train 
Brake 


Automatic 
Coupler 


Locomotives — Owned or Leased: 


638 
139 


36 
9 


7 
1 


667 
147 


667 
147 


667 




147 






Total locomotives in service 


777 


45 


8 


814 


814 


814 




777 






814 


814 


814 




. 






Cars— Owned or Leased: 
In Passenger Service — 


218 
123 
128 


12 




230 
120 
130 

8 


230 
120 
130 

8 


230 




3 

6 


120 




8 
8 


130 




8 




1 

188 


1 
11 








177 


177 


177 








Totals 


658 


28 


21 


665 


665 


665 






In Freight Service — 


21,513 

5,598 

85 

639 

5 

1,080 


900 
367 


558 

200 

11 

4 


21,855 

5,765 

74 

635 

5 

1,205 


21,845 

5,714 

74 

635 

5 

584 


21,855 




5,765 




74 






635 






5 




133 


8 


584 






Totals 


28,920 


1,400 


781 


29,539 


28,857 


28,918 






In Company's Service — 


13 
194 
108 
290 
673 


52 

26 
28 

77 




14 
246 
122 
294 
702 


14 
246 
109 

287 
599 


14 






246 




12 

24 
48 


122 




294 




702 






Totals 


1,278 


184 


84 


1,378 


1,255 


1,378 








30,856 


1,612 


886 


31,582 


30,777 


30,961 








30,856 


1,612 


886 


31,582 


30,777 


30,961 







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RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES— Entire Line. 



New Rails Laid During Year 


New Ties Laid During Year 


Kind 


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59.94 

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39.90 
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970,991 
493,437 
108,248 
398,218 


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Oak 


. 47496 






. 75128 








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23,876.68 




50.58 


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1,970,894 


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Note— Switch ties, 8,421,796 feet B. M., $105,272.45. 



CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES 



Locomotives 


Coal, 
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nous — 

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Wood, 
Soft- 
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Total 
Fuel Con- 
sumed — 
Tons 


Miles 
Run 


Average 

Pounds 

Consumed 

Per Mile 


Revenue Sekvice— 
Freight .. . .. ... 


532,579 
462,589 

34,755 

510 

184,572 

56,942 


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2,900 

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419 


534,179 
464,039 

35,031 

511 

185,207 

57,151 


8,763,860 
8,720,169 

594,607 

9,055 

3,993,691 

977,611 


121.90 




106.43 




117.83 


Special ... ... . 


112.87 




92.75 




116.92 






Totals 


1,271,947 


8,343 
$ 2.24 


1,276,118 
$ 2.24 


23,058,973 


110.68 


Average cost at distributing point 


$ 2.24 





NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



315 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title 



Name 



Official Address 



Chairman of the Board 

President 

First Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer __ 

General Solicitor 

Attorney, or General Counsel- 
Auditor 

General Manager 

Assistant to General Manager 

Chief Engineer 

General Superintendent 

Traffic Manager 

General Passenger Agent 



Marsden J. Perry 

J. H.Young 

R. H. Swartwout. 

M. S. Hawkins 

M. Manly 

W. B. Rodman 

Chadbourne & Shores 

W. L. Bird 

J. H.Young 

L. M. Jones 

F. L. Nicholson 

J. D. Stark 

E. D. Kyle 

H. S. Leard 



Providence, R. I. 
Norfolk, Va. 
New York, N. Y. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 
New York, N. Y, 
Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 



DIRECTORS. 

T. L. Chadbourne, New York, N. Y.; Marsden J. Perry, Providence, R. I.; W. H. Williams, New 
York, N.Y.; S.M.Nicholson, Providence, R. I.; Philip Allen, Providence, R. I.;R. H. Swartwout, New 
York, N. Y.; A. W. Krech, New York, N. Y.; J. H. Young, Norfolk, Va.; Frederick Bull, New York, 
N. Y.; E. C. Duncan, Raleigh, N. C; C. E. Foy, New Bern, N. C; Frank H. Sayles, Saylesville, R. 
I.; R. R. Colgate, New York, N. Y.; W. E. Corey, New York, N. Y.; Joseph W. Harriman, New York, 
N. Y.; B. A. Jackson, Providence, R. I.; F. A. Vanderlip, New York, N. Y.; Lewis L. Clarke, New 
York, N. Y. 



316 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



Line owned by respondent: 

A. Main line. 

B. Branches and spurs. 

Line operated by respondent but owned by 
another corporation, control being secured 
through stock ownership. 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line. 

3. Line operated under lease for specified sum. 

4. Line operated under contract or agreement, 
or where the rent is contingent upon earn- 
ings or other considerations. 
Line operated under trackage rights. 





Termini 


Miles of 
Line for 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name 






Each Class 




From— 


To— 


Named 


of Roads 
Named 


1. A. — Norfolk Southern 










Railroad Company 


Norfolk, Va. (Lovitt 














1.79 








Edenton, N. C. 


74.59 






Euclid, Va 




22.31 
7.51 

8.73 






Euclid, Va 


Providence Jet., Va... 
Mackeys, N. C 






Edenton, N. C 






Suffolk, Va 


Edenton, N. C 


50.23 






Beckford, Jet., N. C.__ 


Elizabeth City, N. C. 


23.20 






Mackeys, N. C 


Belhaven, N. C 


29.41 






Bishops Cross, N. C... 


Pinetown, N. C 


11.09 






Mackeys, N. C ..- 


Columbia, N. C. 


22.97 






Mackeys, N. C 


Washington, N. C 


44.32 






Washington, N. C 


Bridgeton, N. C 


33.53 








Raleigh, N. C 


102.08 






New Bern, N. C 


Oriental, N. C 


26.02 






Morehead City, N. C.- 


Beaufort, N. C 


3.18 






Raleigh, N. C 


Varina, N. 0.. 


19.19 








Colon, N. C 


22.84 
49.86 
14.00 






Colon, N. C. 


Troy, N. C. 






Troy, N. C 


Mt. Gilead, N. C 






Mt. Gilead, N. C 


Charlotte, N. C 


51.77 






Varina, N. C— 


Fayetteville, N. C. ... 


42.61 






Star, N. C.~ . 


Asheboro, N. C 

Aberdeen, N. C 


23.06 
33.54 






Star, N. C 






West End, N. C 


Jackson Springs, N.C. 


4.00 






Candor, N. C. 


Ellerbe, N. C. 


17.57 










739. 40 


1. B— 




Fosburg Lbr. Co. Mills 


.48 




Edenton Yard .. 


Edenton Cotton Mills 


.80 


















Mills .... 


1.87 
.84 






Pamlico Chem. Co 








3.99 


3. — Atlantic and North Car- 








olina Railroad Co 


Goldsboro, N. C 


Morehead City, N. C.- 


95.00 




Carthage and Pinehurst 










Railroad Co — . 


Pinehurst, N. C 


Carthage, N. C 


12.60 












107. 60 


5. — Norfolk Terminal Rail- 


Norfolk, Va., (Lovitt 


Norfolk, Va., Union 










.36 




Electric Railroad . . 


Tidewater Jet., Va... 


Euclid, Va 


4.80 




Virginian Railway 


Tidewater Jct.,Va 


Carolina Jet., Va 


2.30 




Southern Railway 


Center St., Goldsboro, 


Goldsboro Union Sta- 








N. C 


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.50 




Union Station Co 


Goldsboro, N. C 


Goldsboro Union Sta- 
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.40 





NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



317 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Name 



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Railway 

Southern Railway 



Atlantic Coast Line Ry._ 



Total mileage operated 



Termini 



From — 



Suffolk, Va 

Southern Ry. Con- 
nection 

A. C. L. Connection. 



To- 



Suffolk, Union Station 
Raleigh Union Sta- 
tion 

Hay St., Fayetteville 
N. C 



Miles of 

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Each Road 

Named 



Miles of 
Line for 
Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 



9.29 



860. 28 



ROAD OPERATED— State of North Carolina. 



Name 


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Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 
Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 


From — 


To— 


1. A. — Norfolk Southern 












Norfolk Division — 
Virginia State Line. 


Edenton, N. C. 


52.54 










Suffolk Division — 










Virginia State Line. 


Edenton, N. C 


36.78 






Edenton, N. C 


Bridgeton, N. C 


86.58 






Beckford Jet., N. C... 


Elizabeth City, N. C 


23.20 






Mackeys, N. C 


Belhaven, N. C 


29.41 






Mackeys, N. C 


Columbia, N. C 


22.97 






Bishops Cross, N. C... 


Pinetown, N. C 


11.09 






Chocowinty, N. C 


Raleigh, N. C 


102.08 






New Bern, N. C 


Oriental, N. C 


26.02 






Morehead City, N. C.- 


Beaufort N. C 


3.18 






Raleigh, N. C 


Charlotte, N. C 


157.66 






Varina, N. C 


Fayetteville, N. C 


42.61 






Asheboro, N. C 


Aberdeen, N. C 


56.60 






West End, N. C 


Jackson Springs, N. C. 


4.00 






Candor, N. C 


Ellerbe, N. C 


17.57 


672.29 


1. B.— 


Edenton Yard... .. 


Edenton Cotton Mills. 


.80 




Edenton Yard .. . 








Mills 


1.87 






Hootentown 


Pamlico Chemical 
Co 


.84 




3. — Atlantic and North Caro- 
lina Railroad Co 








3.51 


Goldsboro, N. C 


Morehead City N.C... 


95.00 


Carthage and Pinehurst 










Railroad Co 


Pinehurst, N. C 


Carthage, N. C 


12.60 


107. 60 


5.— Southern Railway Co. ... 


Center St., Golds- 


Goldsboro Union 








boro, N. C 

Goldsboro, N. C. 


Station . 


.50 




Union Station Co 


Goldsboro Union 






Southern Ry. Con- 




.40 




Southern Railway Co 


Raleigh Union Sta- 






nection 




.34 




A. C.L. Railroad Co 


A. C. L. Connection 


Hay St. , Fayetteville, 








N. C 


.50 








1.74 






Total mileage oper- 
ated 
















785. 14 













318 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OTHER PROPERTIES. 

A. AUXILIARY OPERATIONS. 



Designation 


Character of 
Business 


Title 


State 


Atlantic Hotel 


Hotel 


Leased 

Ownership 




Electric Railroad. 




Virginia 







B. PHYSICAL PROPERTY. 



Designation 


Character 
of Business 


State 


Investment 




None 

Rent 


Virginia and North Carolina 

Virginia and North Carolina 


$ 125,763.25 




52,413.06 


Miscellaneous property at Virginia 


26,679.50 










Total 


204,855.81 











ROADS ACQUIRED BY RESPONDENT FOR OPERATION THROUGH LEASE OR OTHER AGREEMENT. 




Miles of 
Line 


Lease or Agreement 


Name of Owning Company 


Date 


Term 




From — 


To- 


*Carthage and Pinehurst Railroad Co 


12.60 
95.00 








Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad Co._ 


Sept. 1, 1904 


Sept. 1, 1904 


Dee. 31, 1995 



♦Concise Summary of Provisions— No lease: the Norfolk Southern owns 498 shares of stock out 
of a total of 700 shares. Balance of stock owned by various individuals. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind 


Number of 

Shares 
Authorized 


Par 
Value 
of One 
Share 


Total Par 

Value 

Authorized 


Total Par 
Value Out- 
standing 


Total Par Value 
Not Held by 
Respondent 


Common . ... _ 


160,000 


$ 100 


$ 16,000,000 


$ 16,000,000 


$ 16,000,000 





Issued for reorganization. 



Purpose of the Issue 



Total Number 

of Shares 

Outstanding 



160,000 



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322 



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RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 



Account 


Total Par 
Value Out- 
standing 


Assignment 
to Railways 


Amount Per Mile of Line 


Miles 


Amount 


Capital stock 


$ 16,000,000 
21,886,000 


$ 16,000,000 
21,886,000 


$ 743. 39 
743.39 


$ 21,523 


Funded debt . . 


29,441 






Totals..; 


37,886,000 


37,886,000 


743.39 


509,64 







DISCOUNT ON SECURITIES— FUNDED DEBT. 





Net Amount of Discount 


Class of Bond or Obligation 


Total 


Charged to 
Income or 

Profit 
and Loss 


To be Charged 

During 

Remaining 

Life of 

Security 


N. S.R. R. first and ref. mortgage 


$ 1,123,993.24 
24,996.42 


$ 24,905.88 
1,249.80 


$ 1,099,087.36 


N. S. R. R. — Equipment trust (Series A). ______ 


23,746.62 






Totals 


1,148,989.66 


26,155.68 


1,122,833.98 







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EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING YEAF 


1— Entire Line 




Account 


From Cash 
or Other 
Working 

Assets 


Through 
Issue of 

Securities 


Property 
Retired 
or Con- 
verted 


Adjust- 
ments 


Total 


Right of way and station grounds 


$28,299.04 


$ 5,459.78 


$ 


$ 


$ 33,758.32 




300.00 






300. 00 






173.45 

254.00 

132,201.90 

10,882.24 


1 


173.45 






1 


254. 00 






132,201.90 






10,882.24 




15,217.50 


7.606.06 


| 


22,823.56 




83.90 | 2,782.19 
3,588.50 2,055.65 






2,866.09 


Track fastenings and appurtenances . 


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5,644.15 




14,297.07 4.206.63 






18,503.70 




28,848.19 
19,948.67 
35,749.38 


357.16 
19,223.47 






29,205.35 








39,172.14 








35,749.38 


Improvements of crossings under or 


42.84 
55.34 
611.43 
8,128.80 
4,404.99 
160. 98 






42.84 








55.34 






j 


611.43 






8,128.80 




15,486.32 




19,891.31 








160.98 




609. 18 
4,707.49 
6.591.01 






609. 18 




31,142.25 






35,849.74 








6,591.01 


Electric power transmission 1 1, 500. 00 








1,500.00 


509.91 
556,288.95 






509.91 




199,511.10 


*22,571.86 




733,228.19 






*54,817.28 


*49,472.98 


Paving Hillsboro St., Raleigh N. C. ... 


107. 69 
1,875.00 

1,888.61 


















Office buildings for Gen. Supt., Norfolk. 












24.00 
1,449.00 


























Totals... 


378,608.65 


788,020.52 


*22,571.86 


*54,817.28 1,089,240.03 







'Credit. 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



325 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907— Entire Line. 



Account 


Expendi- 
tures for 
New Lines 
or Exten- 
sions Dur- 
ing Year 
Through 
Issue of 
Securities 


Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During 
Year 


Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1913 


Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1914 


Road— 


$ 23,753.70 
42,360.23 


$ 191.09 

33,758.32 

300. 00 

152,031.20 

12,571.66 

14,962.75 

48,942.18 

7,038.05 

9,816.11 

26,847.60 

18,359.81 


$ 123,016.08 

666,644.78 

341.38 

876,695.48 

545,648.54 

109,587.56 

187,398.21 

14,143.98 

33,680.90 

6,344.00 

37,279.89 

2,027.94 

107.50 

4,692.48 

10,338.28 

31,472.03 

122,782.41 

11,110.42 

4,653.36 

3,343.56 

14,735.55 

250.00 

57.20 

2,646.24 


$ 146,960.87 




742,763.33 




641.38 




174,945.44 

145,989.87 

45,766.71 

225,587.18 

10,496.52 

33,863.43 

17,263.17 

135,148.35 

2,815.72 

48.35 

13,165.48 

4,972.04 

11,907.52 

30,564.89 


1,203,672.12 




704,210.07 


Ties 


170,317.02 




461,927.57 




31,678.55 


Track fastenings and other material 


77,360.44 
50,454.77 




190,788.05 




4,843.66 






155. 85 


Crossings and signs 

Interlocking and other signal apparatus. .. 


98.18 

611.43 

8,140.30 

23,370.81 


17,956.14 
15,921.75 
51,519.85 




176,718.11 




11,110.42 


Shops, enginehouses, and turntables... __ 


25,437.26 

4,912.15 

33,329.82 

10,391.45 


160.98 

609. 18 

21,697.97 

14,151.77 


30,251.60 
8,864.89 




69,763.34 




24,793.22 




57.20 








2,646.24 






6,591.01 
8,193.81 
1,875.00 


6,591.01 


Electric power transmission... ._ .. 




1,950.60 

12,728.76 

67.91 

19,837,632.67 


10,144.41 




2,777.59 

49.05 

164,000.00 


17,381.35 




116.96 


Cost of road purchased.. _ .. 


*54,307.37 


19,947,325.30 






Totals I 


1,159,545.92 


356,011.84 


22,661,377.71 


24,176,935.47 






Equipment — 




158,739.80 


599,460.74 
11,803.19 

387,004.18 

1,821,490.43 

28,084.80 

94,937.78 


758,200.54 






11,803.19 






130,724.04 

428,266.11 

13,049.52 

2,448.72 


517,728.22 






2,249,756.54 






41,134.32 






97,386.50 








Totals 




733,228.19 


2,942,781.12 


3,676,009.31 








General Expentitures — 
Law expenses . . 


22,505.01 

314.28 

1,312.12 




36,515.92 
308. 64 


59,020.93 


Stationery and printing . 




622. 92 






1,312.12 


Interest and commissions . 


135,445.42 

1,824.77 




270,613.35 
11,746.74 


406,058.77 






13,571.51 








Totals 


161,401.60 




319,184.65 


480,586.25 



Recapitulation — 

Road 

Equipment. . 


1,159,545.92 


356,011.84 
733,228.19 


22,661,377.71 

2,942,781.12 

319,184.65 


24,176,935.47 
3,676,009.31 


General expenditures 


161,401.60 


480,586.25 










1,320,947.52 


1,089,240.03 


25,923,343.48 


28,333,531.03 




Totals — State of North Carolina 


1,205,628.80 


994,149.38 23,660,235.59 


25,860,013.77 



'Credit. 



326 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 






Amount 


Account 


Entire Line 


State of North 
Carolina 




$28,333,531.03 


$ 25,860,013.77 






Totals ._ _. .- -. .- --_ 


28,333,531.03 
201,677.15 


25,860,013.77 




184,070.73 








28,131,853.88 
37,842.66 


25,675,943.14 




37,993.40 







EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING YEAR— State of North Carolina. 


Account 


From Cash 
or Other 
Working 

Assets 


Through 
Issue of 
Securities 


Property 
Retired 
or Con- 
verted 


Adjust- 
ments 


Total 


Right of way and station grounds 


$ 726. 75 
300. 00 


S 5,459.28 


$ 


$ 


$ 6,186.03 
300. 00 




173.45 
254. 00 






173.45 

254. 00 

132,201.90 















132,201.90 
10,882.24 
7,606.06 
2,782.19 
2,055.65 
4,206.63 
357. 16 
19,223.47 














10,882.24 




15,217.50 
83.90 

3,588.50 
14,297.07 

9,283.46 
18,471.77 






22,823.56 








2,866.09 








5,644.15 








18,503.70 








9,640.62 
37,695.24 








19,675.08 








19,675.08 


Improvement of crossings under or over 




42.84 
55.34 






42.84 










55.34 






611.43 

8,128.80 

4,404.99 

160. 93 

31,142.25 

509. 91 

507.724.92 






611.43 










8,128.80 




15,018.88 




19,423.87 






160.98 




2,674.58 




33,816.83 






509. 91 


Equipment J 162,897.35 


*20,601.34 




650,020.93 




*54,817.28 


*54,817.28 


Paving Hillsboro St., Raleigh, N. C 107.69 






107. 69 




24.00 
1,449.00 




24.00 


Track scales at Star, N. C. 




1,449.00 










Totals — State of North Carolina.. 


262,342.53 


739,456.49 


•20,601.34 


*54,817.28 926,380.40 



♦Credits. 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



327 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907— State of North Carolina. 



Account 



Expendi- 
tures for 
New Lines 
or Exten- 
sions Dur- 
ing Year 
Through 
Issue of 
Securities 



Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During 
Year 



Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1913 



Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1914 



Road — 
Engineering 

Right of way and station grounds 

Real estate 

Grading 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Ties 

Rails 

Frogs and switches 

Track fastenings and other material 

Ballast 

Track laying and surfacing 

Roadway tools 

Fencing right of way 

Crossings and signs 

Interlocking and other signal apparatus.. 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Station buildings and fixtures 

General office buildings and fixtures 

Shops, enginehouses, and turntables 

Shop machinery and tools 

Water stations 

Fuel stations 

Storage warehouses 

Dock and wharf property 

Electric power transmission 

Miscellaneous structures 

Rent of equipment 

Repairs of equipment 

Cost of road purchased 



$ 23,753.70 
42,360.23 



174,945.44 

145,989.87 

45,766.71 

225,587.18 

10,496.52 

33,863.43 

17,263.17 

135,148.35 

2,815.72 

48.35 

13,165.48 

4,972.04 

11,907.52 

30,564.89 



25,437.26 
4,912.15 
33,329.82 
10,391.45 



Totals — State of North Carolina. 



"Credit. 



2,777.59 



49.05 
164,000.00 



1,159,545.92 



6,186.03 

300. 00 

146,031.54 

10,882.24 

10,051.64 

39,576.29 

6,216.64 

8,994.70 

25,204.79 

13,402.19 



98.18 
611.43 

8,128.80 
21,004.56 



$ 114 

572 

777 

482 

94 

162 

12 

29 

5 

32 

1 



160. 98 



19,665.06 
14,151.77 



554.51 
801. 95 
296.39 
087. 24 
803.43 
801.28 
510.21 
299. 57 
254.94 
466. 35 
366. 39 
760.66 
103.47 
,074.00 
,975.69 
,324.02 
,648.39 
,646.07 
,040.05 
,902.88 
,793.41 
250. 00 
49.66 
,297.47 
,693.51 
, 120. 85 
58.97 



"54,307.37 



17,595,837.17 



138, 
621, 



639.. 
150 

427, 
29, 
72 
47 

180 
4 

17 
14 

47 
157 

9 
29 

7 
65 
24 

2 

1 

13 



17,705 



308.21 
348.21 
596. 39 
064. 22 
675.54 
619. 63 
673. 68 
012. 73 
113.57 
934. 31 
916.93 
576.38 
151.82 
337. 66 
559. 16 
360. 34 
217.84 
646.07 
638. 29 
815.03 
788. 29 
793. 22 
49.66 
297.47 
693.51 
898.44 
58.97 
49.05 
529. 80 



276,359.47 



20,072,818.53 



21,508,723.92 



328 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



INCOME STATEMENT. 



Account 


Amount 


Amount 


Railway Operating Income — 


$ 3,990,020.18 
2,926,905.65 
















$ 1,063,114.53 




276,826.16 
267,674.19 
















9,151.97 










1,072,266.50 






125,810.08 










946,456.42 


Other Income- 


4,007.37 
7,059.91 
4,789.19 
4,899.67 
7,060.00 
3,277.13 
































31,093.27 










977,549.69 


Deductions from Gross Income — ■ 


78,016.00 

195,827.10 

24,095.43 

1,792.10 

695,273.88 

11,491.28 

24,372.06 

71.20 








































1,030,939.05 










53,389.36 










53,389.36 









NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



329 



PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT. 



Account 


Debits 


Credits 




$ 


$ 1,304,790.30 






3,772.16 






28,632.94 




53,389.36 

160,000.00 

63,955.63 

1,059,850.41 












Balance credit or debit (at end of fiscal period) carried to general 








Totals _ . - . 


1,337,195.40 


1,337,195.40 







OPERATING REVENUES— Entire Line and State. 



Account 


Entire Line — 

Total 

Revenues 


State of 
North 

Carolina — ■ 
Total 

Revenues 


Revenue from Transportation— 


$ 2,729,272.30 


$ 2,491,006.83 








952,510.18 

9,401.86 

1,128.65 

63,424.65 

112,985.24 

1.00 

8,400.00 


869,356.04 




8,581.08 




1,030.12 




57,887.68 




103,121.63 




.91 




7,666.68 








1,147,851.58 


1,047,644.14 






Switching revenue - .... 


31,389.40 28,649.10 


Special service train revenue. .... . . 


28,684.12 26,180.00 


Miscellaneous transportation revenue. .. _ _ _ . . . 


95.00 86.71 






Total revenue from transportation 


3,937,292.40 


3,593,566.78 



Revenue from Operations Other Than Transportation — 

Station and train privileges 

Parcel-room receipts 

Storage— freight 

Storage — -baggage 

Car service 

Rents of buildings and other property 

Miscellaneous 

Total revenue from operations other than transportation. 

Joint facilities revenue — Dr 

Joint facilities revenue — Cr 

Total operating revenues 



4,203.51 

88.50 

6,860.40 

122. 75 

8,836.39 

24,809.14 

5,324.19 



50,244. 



74.53 

2,557.43 



3,990,020.18 



3,836.54 

80.78 

6,261.49 

112.03 

8,064.97 

22,643.31 

4,859.39 



45,858.51 



68.02 
2,334.17 



3,641,691.44 



330 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



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331 



SECURITIES OWNED— FUNDED DEBT. 
NOT HELD IX SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 



Pledged 



Interest Accrued 



Name of Corporation and Security 



Total 
Par Value 



Cost or Book Rate, 
Value Tr 



Amount 



Funded Debt of Proprietary, Affiliated, and 
Controlled Companies Held for Invest- 
ment — 
Railway companies — active: 

Goldsboro Union Station Co § 

Other than railway companies — active: 

John L. Roper Lumber Co 

Totals 

Funded Debt of Companies Not Proprietary, 
Affiliated, or Controlled Held for invest- 
ment — 
Other than railway companies — active: 

North Carolina & c ' c renewal debt bonds 

County of Pamlico, N. C, 5<Tc bonds 

Totals 



28,000 $ 28,000.00 



4,788,000 3,830,400.00 



4,816.000 3,858,400.00 



80,000 80,000.00 

20,000 i 20,000.00 



100,000 



100,030.00 



4M S 1,260.00 



1,260.00 



4,800.00 
1,000.00 



5,800.00 



SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED 
NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 



Kind of Security 



Par 

Value 



Dividends 
or Interest 



Stocks— 

Stocks of railway companies — active S 397,300 

Stocks of railway companies — inactive 125,000 

Stocks of other than railway companies — active 1,012,500 

Stocks other than railway companies — inactive 6,500 



Totals. 



Funded Debt — 
Funded debt of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as collateral' 

Funded debt of railway companies — active 

Funded debt of other than railway companies — active 



Totals. 



1,541,300 



4,463,000 |. 

28,000 
4,888,000 



9,379,000 



4,899. 



1,260.00 
5,800.00 



',060.00 



332 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State. 



Account 



Entire Line — 
Amount 



State of North 

Carolina — 

Amount 



Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence 

Ballast , 

Ties 

Rails 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Removal of snow, sand, and ice 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Over and under grade crossings 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle guards, and signs 

Signals and interlocking plants 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Buildings, fixtures, and grounds 

Docks and wharves 

Roadway tools and supplies 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Dr 
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Cr. 

Totals — maintenance of way and structures. .._ 

Maintenance of Equipment — 

Superintendence 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locomotives — depreciation 

Passenger-train cars— repairs 

Passenger-train cars — depreciation 

Freight-train cars — repairs 

Freight-train cars — renewals 

Freight-train cars — depreciation 

Floating equipment — repairs 

Floating equipment — depreciation 

Work equipment — repairs 

Work equipment — depreciation 

Shop machinery and tools 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Totals — maintenance of equipment 

Traffic Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Outside agencies 

Advertising 

Traffic associations 

Industrial and immigration bureaus 

Stationery and printing 

Totals — traffic expenses 

Transportation Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 



26,969 

2,427 

151,523 

754 

11,848 

239,668 

1,968 

105,962 

22 

4,546 

1,411 

2,191 

39,015 

8,795 

10,857 

1,381 

732 

577 

2,755 

39 



613,371 



,046.07 
,110.24 
,500.72 
,626.32 
,353.68 
,095.51 
,202.69 
,109.47 
,629.20 
,794.76 
,335.67 

268.29 
,612.37 
,223.00 

823 .57 
,964.35 



561,695.91 



31,421.35 
17,651.78 
4,348.66 
3,649.92 
2,828.46 
11,038.00 



70,938.17 



49,565.53 
15,636.82 



24,614.68 

2,215.31 

138,295.38 

688 .68 

10,814.04 

218,745.59 

1,796.39 

96,711.82 

20.75 

4,150.02 

1,288.29 

2,000.04 

35,609.44 

8,027.84 

9,909.87 

1,261.31 

668.25 

527.13 

2,515.19 

35.85 



559,824.17 



17,383.35 

159,823.12 

10,496.71 

46,206.64 

4,886.30 

168,936.67 

7,486.62 

28,393.61 

19,740.97 

3,463.48 

3,957.16 

244 .87 

11,511.31 

2,028.93 

751.67 

27,348.46 



512,659.87 



28,678.27 
16,110.78 
3,969.02 
3,331.28 
2,581.54 
10,074.38 



64.745.27 



45,238.46 
14,271.73 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



333 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account 



Entire Line- 
Amount 



State of North 

Carolina — 

Amount 



Transportation Expenses — Continued. 

Station employees 

Weighing and car-service associations 

Station supplies and expenses 

Yardmasters and their clerks 

Yard conductors and brakemen 

Yard switch and signal tenders 

Yard supplies and expenses 

Yard enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Water for yard locomotives 

Lubricants for yard locomotives 

Other supplies for yard locomotives 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Dr 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Cr 

Road enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Interlockers and block and other signals — operation. 

Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

Drawbridge operation 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Operating floating equipment 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Loss and damage — freight 

Loss and damage — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Dr 



Totals — transportation expenses. 



General Expenses — 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses 

Insurance 

Pensions 

Stationery and printing 

Valuation expenses 

Other expenses 

General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Dr. 
General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Cr.. 



Totals — general expenses. 



287,387 

4,234 

20,588 

8,513 

29,345 

989 

286 

27,595 

2,983 

34,134 

1,274 

509 

82 

19,953 

521 

151,468 

25,712 

313,932 

24,032 

7,386 

3,489 

170,767 

28,990 

3,017 

2,077, 

8,968 

15,030 

7,073 

16,059 

16,000 

479 

46,327 

618. 

36,235. 

14,565. 

70,722. 

627. 



1,466,145.78 



48,968.86 

67,399.47 

7,836.31 

32,357.67 

27,543.96 

157.50 

8,269.53 

5,344.49 

16,921.42 

870.97 

15.88 



262,298.57 

3,864.38 

18,791.24 

7,770.44 

26,783.36 

903 .32 

261.60 

25,186.60 

2,722.62 

31,154.79 

1,163.32 

465.19 

75.53 

18,211.91 

475 .54 

138,245.47 

23,467.79 

286,525.80 

21,934.27 

6,741.84 

3,184.73 

155,859.82 

26,459.77 

2,754.22 

1,896.19 

8,185.64 

13,718.75 

6,455.77 

14,657.61 

14,603.96 

437.93 

42,282.95 

564.66 

33,072.34 

13,293.86 

64,547.98 

572 .58 



1,338,151.25 



44,693.88 

61,515.50 

7,152.20 

29,532.85 

25,139.37 

143.74 

7,547.60 

4,877.92 

14,622.75 

794.93 

14.49 



214,754.30 



196,006.25 



334 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION, 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account 



Entire Line — 
Amount 



State of North 

Carolina — 

Amount 



Recapitulation of Expenses— 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, per cent 



613,371.49 

561,695.91 

70,938.17 

1,466,145.78 

214,754.30 



2,926,905.65 



73.36 



559,824.17 

512,659.87 

64,745.27 

1,338,151.25 

196,006.25 



2,671,386.81 



73.36 



RENTS RECEIVABLE. 

JOINT FACILITY RENT INCOME. 



Facility Leased 


Location 


Name of Lessee 


Amount 


Tracks — 
Between Tidewater Junction and 
Norfolk Terminal Ry. tracks 


Norfolk, Va. 




$ 2,382.48 


Norfolk, Va. 


Virginian Railway Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 


104 .84 


Yard and Terminals — 


New Bern, N. C 






1,520.05 








Total 


4,007.39 











MISCELLANEOUS RENT INCOME. 






Description and Location of Property 


Name of Lessee 


Gro3s Rents 


Expenses 


Amount 


Real estate Raleigh, N. C. - . 




$ 3,403.61 
3,926.08 


$ 


$ 3,403.61 






3,926.08 






269.78 


*269 .78 










Totals 


7,329.69 


269 .78 


7,059.91 









♦Deficit. 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



335 



RENTS PAYABLE. 

JOINT FACILITY RENT DEDUCTIONS. 



Facility Leased 



Location 



Name of Lessor 



Amount 



Tracks— 
Between Carolina Junction and 

Tidewater Crossing 

Tidewater Crossing and Euclid — 

Fayetteville, N. C 

In connection with Goldsboro 

Union Station 

Raleigh Branch 

Near Gulf, N. C 

Raleigh Union Station 

Yards and Terminals — 

Norfolk Terminal Station 



Near Norfolk, Va._ 
Near Norfolk, Va.. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



Goldsboro, N. C 

Near Raleigh, N. C._. 

Near Gulf, N. C 

Raleigh, N. C 



Virginian Railway Co 

Electric Railroad 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R. 



Southern Railway Co. 
Southern Railway Co. 
Southern Railway Co. 
Southern Railway Co. 



Norfolk, Va. 



Goldsboro Union Station. 

Union Passenger Station . 

Raleigh Union Station 

Station 

Union Station 

Other Facilities — 
Depot 



Goldsboro, N. C. 



Norfolk, Va... 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Norfolk Terminal Rail- 
way Co 

Goldsboro Union Station 
Co 

Norfolk & Western Ry... 
Southern Railway Co 



Asheboro, N. C Southern Railway Co. 

Raleigh, N. C Seaboard Air Line Ry. 



Varina, N. C. 



Total. 



Durham & Southern Ry. 



1,973.08 

3,502.50 

813 .43 

387 .48 
435 .65 
43.84 
251 .60 



14,123.98 

861.13 
212.68 
1,278.33 
189.56 
*49 .61 



71.78 



24,095.43 



*Credit. 



DEDUCTIONS FOR LEASE OF OTHER ROADS. 



Road Leased 


Guaranteed 

Interest on 

Bonds 


Cash 


Total 




$ 19,500.00 
2,250.00 


$ 56,266.00 


$ 75,766.00 




2,500.00 








Totals ... 


21,750.00 


56,266.00 


78,016.00 







MISCELLANEOUS DEDUCTIONS. 



Nature of Deduction 



Amount 



Paving at Sanford, N. C 



71.20 



336 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 

EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 





Basis of Compensation 




Kind of Equipment 


Locomotive-Days or 
Car- Days 


Locomotive-Miles 
or Car-Miles 


Total 
Compen- 
sation 




Number 


Rate 


Number 


Rate 




Accrued on Equipment Bor- 
rowed— 
Freight locomotives. . 


39 

474 

1,107,567 

11 


$ 5.00 

3.00,4.00,5.00, 7.00 

.45 

1.02 






$ 195 .00 




430,620 


$0.02-. 10 


10,631.56 
498,405.43 


Freight- train cars . . 


Work cars. _. 






1.53 












Totals 


1,108, 081 | 




430,620 




509,233.52 












Accrued on Equipment Loaned — 
Passenger locomotives 


33 

84 

15 

690,121 


5.00 

5.00 

5.00, 8.33! 

.45 






165.00 


Freight locomotives... ... 






420 .00 


Passenger-train cars... . .. 






85.00 


Freight-train cars 


128 


®Hc. 


310,555.30 






Totals 


690,253 




1.28 




311,225.30 











RECAPITULATION OF HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 





Account 


Amount 
Receivable 


Amount 
Payable 




$ 2,769.12 
311,225.30 


$ 588 00 




509,233 52 








Totals 


313,994.42 


509,821 .52 




195,827.10 











RAILWAY TAX ACCRUALS. 





Ad Valorem 
Tax on the 
Value of 
Real and 
Personal 
Property 


Specific Tax 


Internal 
Revenue, 
United 
States 
Govern- 
ment 




State 


On Gross or 

Net Earnings, 
Revenue or 
Dividends 


On Traffic or 
Some Physical 
Quality of 
Property 
Operated, or 
on Privileges 


Total 




$ 18,282.81 
91,703.73 


$ 4,080.37 


$ 


$ 


S 22,363.18 




6,267.90 


97,971.63 






5,475.27 


5,475.27 












Totals 


109,986.54 


4,080.37 


6,267.90 


5,475.27 


125,810.08 









NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



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EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



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Number 

on 
June 30 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked 



Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion 



Average 
Daily 

Compen- 
sation 



General officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other Trainmen. 

Machinists 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders, and watchmen 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

All other employees and laborers 

Totals (including general officers) 

Less general officers 

Totals (excluding general officers) 

Distribution of Above — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses. 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Outside operations 

Totals (including general officers) 

Less general officers— 

Totals (excluding general officers)-. 



10 

29 

155 

135 

183 

101 

117 

96 

257 

46 

124 

528 

145 

606 

27 

18 

301 



2,878 
10 



919 
432 

57 
1,380 



2,959 
8,046 
48,230 
45,173 
57,004 
28,379 
29,427 
24,788 
52,359 
11,285 
18,829 
108,850 
27,177 
146,726 
11,976 
8,089 
78,128 



51,026 
39,281 

106,340 
65,545 
91,284 

114,686 
52,216 
95,995 
94,198 
41,626 
40,747 

217,196 
55,744 

170,190 
16,779 
22,220 

117,553 



707,425 
2,959 



1,392,634.86 
51,026.39 



704,466 

194,186 
95,315 
11,777 

369,831 

35,912 

404 



1,341,607.47 

280,826.61 
218,468.38 
36,370.77 
744,954.17 
111,303.69 
711 .24 



707,425 
2,959 



1,392,634.86 
51,026.39 



17 .24 
4.88 
2.20 
1.45 
1.60 
4.04 
1.77 
3.87 
1.80 
3.69 
2.16 
2.00 
2.05 
1.16 
1.40 
2.76 
1.50 



1.97 
17.24 



1.90 

1.45 
2.29 
3.09 
2.01 
3.10 
1.76 



1.97 
17.24 



704,466 



1,341,607.47 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



341 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item 



Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road. 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train service revenue per mile of road. 
Passenger service train revenue per train- mile 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile 

Total Traffic— 

Operating re ve nues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile. 

Net operating revenue (or deficit)... 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car-mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile. 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



1,532,061 

41,932,048 

49,727 

27.37 



2,099,532 

179,773,601 

213,193 

85.63 



10 

32 

3.12 

14.44 

193.01 

18.10 

13.36 

4.13 

843 .24 



Dollars 



952,510 



1,147,851 
1,361 



2,729,272 
1 



3,236 
2 

3,990,020 

4,731 

2 

2,926,905 

3,471 

1 

1,063,114 

1,260 



Cts. 



Mills 



1.71 
2.22 



2.92 



9,94 
5.18 



1.43 



7.51 



342 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line— Continued. 




Classification 


Item 


Total 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 


632,599 

1,023,500 

324,861 

15,458 

325,413 




























2,321,831 








Nonrevenue service locomotive miles .' . ... . 




161,181 








Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles — 


12,446,343 

3,842,717 

567,562 




















16,856,622 


Passenger Car Miles — 


3,733,544 
413,329 




Sleeping, parlor, and observation 












4,146,873 


Special Car Miles — 


49,742 


49,742 










21,053,237 












603,867 








Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 


610,689 

1,009,444 

320,746 

13,640 
























1,954,519 












160,090 









NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



343 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item 



Number 

Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road. 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train mile 1 

Total Traffic— 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car mile... 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile. 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



1,398,312 

38,271,380 

48,744 

27.37 



1,916,244 

164,079,366 

208,981 

85.63 



10 

32 

3.12 

14.44 

193.01 

18.10 

13.36 

4.13 

785.14 



Dollars 



869,356 



1,047,644 
1,334 



Cts. 



2,491,006 

1 



3,172 
2 

3,641,691 

4,638 

2 

2,671,386 

3,402 

1 

970,304 

1,235 



Mills 



1.72 

2.72 



2.92 



9.94 
5.19- 



o.is; 



1.43 



7.51 



344 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Classification 


Item 


Total 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 


577,373 
934,148 
296,601 
14,109 
297,004 
























Total revenue locomotive mileage ._ _________ 




2,119 235 












147 110 








Cak Mileage— Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles- 


11,359,777 

3,507,248 

518,014 




















15,385,039 


Passenger Car Miles — 


3,407,606 
377,245 














3,784,851 


Special Car Miles — 


45,400 


45,400 








19,215,290 












551,149 








Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 


557,376 

921,319 

292,745 

12,449 
























1,783,889 












146,114 









NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



345 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line. 

COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity 


Freight 

Originating 

on this 

Road 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers 


Total Freight Tonnage 


Products of Agriculture — 


Tons 
19,277 
13,716 
16,084 
8,386 
24,742 
27,470 
44,593 
34,772 


Tons 
12,599 
13,250 
10,147 
18,815 
5,979 
7,010 
18,076 
13,264 


Tons 
31,876 
26,966 
26,231 
27,201 
30,721 
34,480 
62,669 
48,036 


Per Cent. 
1.48 


Flour -- - -- -- 


1.28 




1.25 


Hay 


1.30 




1.46 




1.64 




3.00 




2.29 






Totals -_____--- 


189,040 


99,140 


288,180 


13.70 






Products of Animals — 


3,205 

339 

3,042 

4,706 

26 

302 

652 


1,219 

464 

4,603 

4,436 

3 

163 

248 


4,424 

803 

7,645 

9,142 

29 

465 

900 


.21 




.04 




.36 




.44 


Wool 






.02 




.04 






Totals 


12,272 


11,136 


23,408 


1.11 






Products of Mines — 


2,388 

4,537 

261 

163 

36,533 

4,373 


3,302 

126,429 

2,174 


5,690 

130,966 

2,435 

163 

67,110 

6,069 


.27 




6.24 


Coke 


.12 




.01 




30,577 
1,696 


3.19 




.29 








48,255 


164,178 


212,433 


10.12 








577,873 
364,850 


78,914 
32,128 


656,787 
396,978 


31.28 




18.91 






Totals - 


942,723 


111,042 


1,053,765 


50.19 






Manufactures — 


14,927 
4,261 
2,142 
253 
4,067 
6,289 
1,594 

71,349 
1,316 
2,103 
1,164 
5,302 
191,356 


7,378 

2,276 

737 

698 


22,305 

6,537 

2,879 

951 


1.06 




.31 




.14 




.05 




4,951 9.018 


.43 




8,626 
3,340 

31,642 

1,583 

2,366 

583 

5,409 

74,809 


14,915 

4,934 

102,991 

2,899 

4,469 

1,747 

10,711 

266,165 


.71 




.25 




4.92 




.14 




.21 




.08 




.51 




12.67 






Totals.... 


306,123 


144,398 


450,521 


21.48 








28,825 
18,228 


9,738 
14,434 


38,563 

32,662 


1.84 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above... 


1.56 


Total tonnage _ 


1,545,466 


554,066 


2,099,532 


100 .00 







346 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers 


Total Freight Tonnage 


Products of Agriculture — 


Tons 

17,595 
12,519 
14,680 
7,654 
22,581 
25,072 
40,699 
31,737 


Tons 
11,499 
12,093 
9,261 
17,173 
5,457 
6,398 
16,498 
12,106 


Tons 
29,094 
24,612 
23,941 

24,827 
28,038 
31,470 
57,197 
43,843 


Per Ceni. 
1 48 


Flour -- 


1 28 




1.25 
1 30 


Hay 




1 46 




1 64 




3 00 




2 29 






Totals -- - - 


172,537 


90,485 


263,022 


13 70 






Products of Animals — 


2,925 

309 

2,776 

4,295 

24 

276 

595 


1,113 

423 

4,201 

4,049 

3 

149 

226 


4,038 

732 

6,977 

8,344 

27 

425 

821 


21 




04 




36 




44 


Wool - 






02 




04 






Totals . -. 


11,200 


10,164 


21,364 


1 11 






Products of Mines — 


2,180 
4,141 
238 
149 
33,344 
3,991 


3,014 
115,392 

1,984 


5,194 

119,533 

2,222 

149 

61,252 

5,539 


27 




6 24 


Coke 


12 




01 




27,908 
1,548 


3 19 




29 






Totals -- - --- ---__ 


44,043 


149,846 


193,889 


10 12 






Products of Forests — 


527,425 
332,999 


72,025 
29,323 


599,450 
362,322 


31 28 




18 91 






Totals - - - - -. 


860,424 


101,348 


961,772 


50.19 






Manufactures— 


13,624 

3,889 

1,955 

231 

3,712 

5,740 

1,455 

65,120 

1,201 

1,919 

1,062 

4,839 

174,651 


6,734 

2,077 

673 

637 

4,519 

7,873 

3,048 

28,880 

1,445 

2,159 

532 

4,937 

68,278 


20,358 

5,966 

2,628 

868 

8,231 

13,613 
4,503 

94,000 
2,646 
4,078 
1,594 
9,776 
242,929 


1.06 




.31 




.14 




.05 




.43 




.71 




.25 




4.92 




.14 




.21 




.08 




.51 




12.67 






Totals 


279,398 


131,792 


411,190 


21.48 






Merchandise. 


26,308 
16,637 


8,888 
13,174 


35,196 
29 ,8 11 


1.84 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


1.56 


Total tonnage — State ... 


1,410,547 


505,697 


1,916,244 


100.00 







NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



347 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line. 








Number 

on 

June 30, 

1913 


Number 

Added 

During 

Year 


Number 

Retired 

During 

Year 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1914 


Number Fitted 
With— 


Item 


Train 
Brake 


Automatic 
Coupler 


Locomotives — Owned or Leased: 


26 
29 
4 


6 
29 


1 
4 


31 

54 
4 


31 
54 

4 


31 




54 




4 










Total locomotives in service 


59 
15 


35 


5 


89 
15 


89 
15 


89 
15 










Total locomotives owned 


44 


35 


5 


74 


74 


74 


Cars — Owned or Leased: 


51 
8 
1 

24 

36 


19 
10 


2 


68 

18 

1 

28 

40 


68 
18 

1 
28 

40 


68 




18 






1 


Baggage, express, and postal cars- 
Other cars in passenger service — 


4 
5 




28 


1 


40 






Totals ------ 


120 


38 


3 


155 


155 


155 






In Freight Service— 


2,240 

544 

1 

61 

50 


304 
199 


49 
11 


2,495 
732 

1 
58 
49 


2,495 

732 

1 

58 

6 


2,495 




732 




1 






3 
1 


58 






15 








Totals 


2,896 


503 


64 


3,335 


3,292 


3,301 






In Company's Service — 


2 
1 

13 
16 






2 
2 

26 
20 


2 
2 
19 
20 


2 




1 
13 
13 




2 






26 




9 


20 






Totals 


32 


27 


9 


50 


43 


50 








3,048 
341 


568 


76 


3,540 
341 


3,490 

277 


3,506 




306 










Total cars owned 


2,707 


568 


76 


3,209 


3,227 


3,200 







EQUIPMENT OWNED OR LEASED NOT IN SERVICE OF THE RESPONDENT. 




3 
3 




2 
3 


1 


1 


1 



















348 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 







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RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES— Entire Line. 



New Rails Laid During Year 


New Ties Laid During Year 


Kind 


Tons 


Weight 

Per Yard, 

Pounds 


Average 

Price Per 

Ton at 

Distributing 

Point, 

Dollars 


Kind 


Number 


Average 

Price at 

Distributing 

Point, 

Cents 


Steel 


534,875 
1,596,546 


70 
80 


$ 32 .00 
32.00 


Oak 


104,429 

182,162 

2,825 

10,961 

1,348 


459 




Pine 


467 




Pine, creosoted 


608 
464 






454 




Totals 




Total steel . . 


2,131,421 




32.00 


301,725 


465 











CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES. 



Locomotives 



Coal,. 
Bitumi- 
nous- 
Tons 



Total Fuel 

Consumed — 

Tons 



Miles Run 



Average 

Pounds 

Consumed 

Per Mile 



Revenue Service — 

Freight 

Passenger 

Mixed 

Spceial 

Switching 

Nonrevenue service 

Totals 

Average cost at distributing point 



55,131 
48,453 
20,736 
645 
13,773 
5,996 



55,131 
48,453 
20,736 
645 
13,773 
5,996 



632,599 
1,023,500 
324,861 
15,458 
325,413 
161,181 



144,734 
$ 2.50 



144,734 



2,483,012 



174 .30 
94.68 

127.66 
83.45 
84.65 
74.40 



116.58 



RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES— State of North Carolina. 
NEW TIES LAID DURING YEAR. 



Kind 


Number 


Average Priee 
at Distribut- 
ing Point, 

Cents 


Oak .-. 


98,581 

167,857 

2,825 

8,041 

1,348 


459 


Pine 


467 




608 




464 




454 








Totals. 


278,652 


465 







NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



351 



CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES— State of North Carolina. 



Locomotives 



Coal, 
Bitumi- 
nous- 
Tons 



Total Fuel 

Consumed — 

Tons 



Miles Run 



Average 

Pounds 

Consumed 

Per Mile 



Revenue Service — 

Freight - 

Passenger . . 

Mixed -.. 

Special... 

Switching 

Nonrevenue service 

Totals 

Average cost at distributing point 



50,161 
43,932 
18,616 
589 
12,487 
5,469 



50,161 
43,932 
18,616 
589 
12,487 
5,469 



577,373 
934,148 
296,601 
14,109 
297,004 
147,110 



173.76 
94.05 

125 .53 
83 .49 
84.08 
74.35 



131,254 
$ 2.52 



131,254 



2,266,345 



115.82 



352 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ATLANTIC AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 






Kinston, N. C. 




T. W. Slocumb 


Goldsboro, N C 


Attorney, or General Counsel _ .. 




Trenton, N. C. 




G. D. Canfield . 


Morehead City, N. C. 







DIRECTORS. 

H. Weil, Goldsboro, N. C; Dempsey Wood, Kinston, N. C; T. G. Hyman, New Bern, N. C; H. 
H. Grainger, Kinston, N. C; Frank Gough, Lumberton, N. C; L. H. Cutlar, New Bern, N. C; E. 
C. Duncan, Raleigh, N. C; R. W. Taylor, Morehead City, N. C; C. B. Foy, New Bern, N. C; C. S. 
Weskett, Bayboro, N. C; J. F. Sprague, Raleigh, N. C; K. E. Sutton, LaGrange, N. C. 

ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line. 





Termini 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name 


From — 


To— 


Each Road 
Named 


Atlantic and North Carolina R. R. Co... 


Goldsboro, N. C 


Morehead City, N. C- 


95 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind 


Number of 

Shares 
Authorized 


Par 

Value 
of the 
Share 


Total Par 

Value 
Authorized 


Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding 


Total Par 
Value Not 

Held by 
Respondent 




18,000 


$ 100 


$ 1,800,000 ■« 1.797.200 


$ 1,797,200 






, ,.-.,-- 





Purpose of the Issue 


Total Number 

of Shares 

Outstanding 


Total Cash 
Realized 


Issued for cash . ... . 


17,972 


$ 1,797,200 







FUNDED DEBT. 





Term 


Total Par 

Value 
Author- 
ized 


Total Par 
Value 
Out- 
standing 


Total Par 

Value 
Not Held 

by Re- 
spondent 


Interest 


Designation of 

Bond or 

Obligation 


OS 03 


"c3"rt 


03 

Is 


When 
Payable 


Amount 

Accrued 

During 

Year 


Amount 
Paid 

During 
Year 


General mortgage 
bonds — with 
coupons - 


3-9 

1887 


7-1 
1917 


S 325,000 


$ 325,000 


$ 325,000 


6 


Jan.-July 


$ 19,500 


$ 19,500 



ATLANTIC AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 



353 



RECAPITULATION OF FUNDED DEBT. 









Interest 


Kind of Bond or Obligation 


Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding 


Total Par 

Value Not 

Held by 
Respondent 


Amount Ac- 
crued During 
the Year — 
Charged to 
Income 


Amount Paid 

During the 

Year 




$ 325,000 .« 325.000 


$ 19,500 


$ 19,500 











Purpose of the Issue 


Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding 


Total Cash 
Realized 




$ 325,000 


325,000 







RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 





Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding 


Assignment 
to Railways 


Amount Per Mile of Line 


Account 


Miles 


Amount 




$ 1,797,200 
325,000 


$ 1,797,200 
325,000 


95 


$ 18,976 
3 431 


Funded debt _ _. . ._ 








Totals . 


2,122,200 


2,122,200 


95 


22 407 







INCOME STATEMENT. 



Account 


Amount 


Amount 


Income — 
Income from lease of road . . ... ... 


$ 53,916.00 

19,500.00 

1,200.00 

80 00 




Miscellaneous rent income — interest on funded debt- 




Net profit from miscellaneous physical property— organization 

Income from unfunded securities and accounts — interest on North 
Carolina bonds ... . . . - . . ... 




Total income . . 








$ 74,696.00 


Deductions from Gross Income — 
Interest deductions for funded debt— paid by lessee . . . 


19,500.00 
1,200.00 


Miscellaneous deductions — paid by lessee . . 








Total deductions . . ... 




20,700.00 






Net income . . ... . 


53 996 00 








Disposition op Net Income— 
Dividend appropriations of Income — paid . 


54,528.75 
1,370.86 




Miscellaneous appropriations of income — salaries and expenses 


55,899.61 






Income balance transferred to credit (or debit) of profit and loss 


1 903 61 









Part II.— Corp. Comm., 1914.-23 



354 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT. 



Account 


Debits 


Credits 




$ — 


■1 1,526.44 


Debit balance transferred from income account 

Balance credit or debit (at end of fiscal period) carried to general bal- 


1,903.61 
377.17 








Totals 


2,280.78 


1,526.44 







RENTS RECEIVABLE. 

INCOME FROM LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased 


Location 


Name of Lessee 


Amount 


Atlantic and North Carolina R. R... 


North Carolina 


Norfolk Southern R. R. ._ 


$ 53,916.00 


MISCELLANEOUS RENT INCOME. 


Description and Location 
of Property 


Name of Lessee 


Gross 
Rents 


Expenses 


Amount 




r 


Norfolk Southern R. R. 


$74,696.00 


$20,700.00 


$53,996.00 













RENTS PAYABLE. 

DEDUCTIONS FOR LEASE OF OTHER ROADS. 



Road Leased 



Guaranteed 

Dividends on 

Stock 



Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad. 



$ 53,916.00 



MISCELLANEOUS RENT DEDUCTIONS. 




Description of Property 


Location 


Name of Lessor 


Amount 


Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 


North Carolina 


Atlantic and N. C. R. R._ 


53,916.00 







SEABOAED AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



355 



SEABOARD ASR LINE RAILWAY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




S. Davies Warfield 






Norfolk, Va. 




Charles R. Capps 

W. L. Seddon. 


Norfolk, Va. 




Norfolk, Va. 




H. W. Stanley 


Norfolk, Va. 






New York, N. Y. 




Robert L. Nutt._. 






Legh R. Watts 






H. W. McKenzie 






T. W. Matthews . 






C. S. Lake . 


Norfolk, Va. 




W. D. Faucette 








Norfolk, Va. 






Norfolk, Va. 




C. B. Ryan. 


Norfolk, Va. 









DIRECTORS. 

Milton E. Ailes, Washington, D. C; James A. Blair, New York, N. Y.; Franklin Q. Brown, New 
York, N. Y.; Charles R. Capps, Norfolk, Va.; James C. Colgate, Bennington, Vt.; Samuel L. Fuller, 
New York, N.Y.; W. J. Hanrahan, Norfolk, Va.; Wilson S. Kinnear, New York, NY.; Mills B. Lane, 
Savannah, Ga.; L. F. Loree, New York, NY.; Robert F. Maddox, Atlanta, Ga.; N.S. Meldrum, New 
York, N. Y.; J. William Middendorf, Baltimore, Md.; Norman B. Ream, Thompson, Conn.; Fergus 
Reid, Norfolk, Va.; W. T. Rosen, New York, N. Y.; Charles H. Sabin, New York, N. Y.; Townsend 
Scott, Baltimore, Md.; Benjamin Strong, Jr., New York, N. Y.; J. P. Taliaferro, Jacksonville, Fla. ; 
Frank A. Vanderlip, New York, N. Y.; S. Davies Warfield, Baltimore, Md.; George W. Watts, Dur- 
ham, N. C; A. H. Wiggin, New York, N. Y.; A. H. Woodard, Birmingham, Ala.; B. F. Yoakum, 
New York, N. Y. 



356 



N. C. COKPOKATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD OPERATED— State of North Carolina. 



Line owned by respondent: 

A. Main Line. 

B. Branches and spurs. 

Line operated by respondent, but owned by 
another corporation, control being secured 
through stock ownership. 



Line operated under lease for specified sum, 
Line operated under contract or agreement, 
or where the rent is contingent upon earn- 
ings or other considerations. 
Line operated under trackage rights. 





Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name 


From— 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 


1 A. — Seaboard Air Line 


Virginia State Line... 
Virginia State Line... 
Virginia State Line._. 




18.40 

32.30 

7.50 

96.20 

96.60 

264. 63 

14.30 

7.00 

41.40 

10.00 

11.20 

4.70 

1.70 

4.51 










































S. C. State Line 

S. C. State Line 












































Henrietta Mills 

Oxford 












Roanoke Junction 

Patterson Cotton 


Roanoke Rapids 


610.44 


1 B. — Seaboard Air Line 


2.54 
.97 








Hilton .. _. 




3.51 
2.40 


4. — Wilmington Railway 














Total 


616.35 











ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line. 



1 A. — Seaboard Air Line 
Railway 



Acca 

Portsmouth. . 

Weldon 

Raleigh 

Wilmington.. 

Monroe 

Belt Junction 

Hamlet 

Cheraw 

Camden 

Columbia 

Savannah 

Lyons 

Savannah 

Jackson ville.- 
Fernandina... 
Henderson... 



Norlina 

Weldon 

Raleigh 

Hamlet 

Rutherfordton. 
Belt Junction,. 

Howells 

Cheraw 

Camden 

Columbia 

Savannah 

Meldrim 

Montgomery... 

Jacksonville 

River Junction 

Cedar Key 

Durham 



102. 10 

78.60 

96.20 

96.60 

264. 63 

261.10 

8.10 

18.28 

54.94 

32.66 

138.55 

16.99 

262. 99 

138.96 

209. 06 

155. 70 

41.40 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



357 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 





Termini 


Miles for 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 


• Name 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


1 A. — Seaboard Air Line 




Oxford ... 


4.51 

35.00 

10.00 

11.20 

4.70 

1.70 

10.33 

88.00 

30.80 

2.08 

4.38 

20.35 

.25 

28.75 

14.40 

.63 

.69 

1.30 

2.23 

56.76 

7.65 

9.84 

4.33 

, 53. 34 

38.83 

13.13 

132. 94 

22.00 

16.35 

22.50 

32.00 

4.7U 

21.43 

12.34 

163.27 

.61 

22.84 

2.92 

3.29 

8.65 

.85 

2.51 

16.23 

20.18 

17.16 








Lewiston 






Franklinton 


Louisburg 






Pittsboro 








Caroleen... 








Henrietta Mills 

LogansviIIa 

Albany, 

Ocilla 


























Hutchinson Island 

Monticello _. 














St Marks 
















Early Bird..., . 














Dunnellon cut-off 


Withlacoochee River.. 
Conn. Blue Run Mine 

Camps Railway 

Sumterville 












Sumterville Junction. 






















Turkey Creek 














St. Mark's Junction.. 
Plant City m 














Waldo 


Plant City. . . . 






















Plant City 


























Great Falls __ 






Edison Junction 
















Phos. Min'g Co. Tr'k. 












Phos. Min'g Co. Tr'k. 

Jacksonville, Ala 

Coal City. 














Pell City . 






N. S. Connection 


Jacksonville, Fla 

Freight Yard Jet 






Conn. Camps Ry 


















1 B. — Seaboard Air Line 


Roanoke Junction 

Patterson Cotton Mill 


Roanoke Rapids 


2,954.81 


2.54 




.97 

.64 

5.00 

1.95 

2.21 

1.96 

.45 

.65 














Inman Park, Ga 






Quincey Owl Mill 

Wilson and Toomer___ 
Carpenter — O'Brien. __ 
Melrose, Fla. ._ 


















Spur 

Spur 






Long Lumber Co 





358 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Name 



Termini 



From — 



To- 



Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 



Miles of 
Line for 
Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 



1 B. — Seaboard Air Line 

Railway — Continued 



3.— Central of Ga. Ry ... 

4. — Wilmington Ry. Brg. Co. 
Phosphate Mining Co 

5. — Lines operated under 
trackage rights: 

Western and Atlantic 

Birmingham Belt 

St. L. and S. F. R. R 

R. M. and F._ 



Total mileage operated 



Early Bird 

Acme 

Con. near Blue R. Jet 

Dunnellon 

Dulton Phos. Co 

Terra Ceia Junction.. 

Ellenton 

Palmetto Junction 

Manatee 

Central Junction 

Junction 

Junction 

Coronet Junction 

Augusta 

Tecumseh 

Atlanta Water Works 

Grady Mine 

Lacy Buek Mine 

Petroleum Iron Co... 
Ragland Coal Mine.. 

Vulcan Coal Mine 

Morris Mining Co. __. 
Coal Branch Mine ... 

Holder Mine 

Royster Junction 

Lyons 

Hilton 

Con. Near Nichols 



Howells 

Birmingham 

Freight Yard Jet. 
Bessemer 



Spur 

Spur.. 

Camps Railway 

Camps Railway 

Near Standard, Fla. 

Terra Ceia 

Atlantic Refin'g Co. 

Palmetto 

Bradentown 



Thames 

Williams 

Coronet 

Spur 

Spur. 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Royster Mine. 



Meldrim 

Navassa 

Con. P. M. Co. Plant. 



Atlanta... 
Birminghg 
Bessemer. 
Bessemer. 



4.87 

.25 

1.95 

1.00 

4.47 

1.65 

1.60 

1.31 

.57 

1.91 

.53 

1.47 

2.35 

3.33 

.32 

.73 

1.15 

1.07 

1.91 

.26 

4.24 

1.65 

4.12 

3.44 



2.40 
1.46 



3.00 

.07 

14.88 

.16 



63.12 
57.65 



18.11 



3,097.55 



Note. — The above does not include 2 miles, Amelia Beach Branch, leased; 1. 
Branch, leased. 



miles, Silver Springs 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



359 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind 


Number of 

Shares 
Authorized 


Par 
Value 

of 
One 

Share 


Total Par 

Value 
Authorized 


Total Par 

Value 
Outstanding 


Total Par 

Value 

Held by 

Respondent 

in Treasury 


Total Par 

Value 

Not Held by 

Respondent 


Common 

Preferred 


750,000 
250,000 


$ 100 
100 


$ 75,000,000 
25,000,000 


$ 37,516,000 
25,000,000 


$ 496,600 
1,105,900 


$ 37,019,400 
23,894,100 


Totals .. 


1,000,000 




100,000,000 


62,516,000 


1,602,500 


60,913,500 



Purpose of the Issue 



Total Number 

of Shares 
Outstanding 



Issued for additions and betterments— common 

Issued for reorganization— common 

Issued for reorganization— preferred 

Total. 



2,000 
373,160 
250,000 



625,160 



360 



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363 



RECAPITULATION OF FUNDED DEBT. 





Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding 


Total Par 

Value 

Held by 

Respondent 

Pledged as 

Collateral 


Total Par 
Value Not 

Held by 
Respondent 


Interest 


Kind of Bond or 
Obligation 


Amount 

Accrued 

During Year 

Charged to 

Income 


Amount 

Paid During 

Year 


Mortgage bonds 


$ 114,136,000 

6,000,000 

25,000,000 

6,935,000 


$ 40,296,000 


$ 73,840,000 

6,000,000 

25,000,000 

6,935,000 


$ 3,243,313.33 

292,319.45 

1,250,000.00 

354,166.79 


$3,233,213.33 

275,652.78 






1,250,000.00 


Equipment trust obli- 




331,890.56 










Total- 


152,071,000 


40,296,000 


111,775,000 


5,139,799.57 


5,090,756.67 







Purpose of the Issue 


Total Par 
Value Issued 
During Year 


Cash 

Realized on 

Amount 

Issued 

During Year 


Issued for cash- 


$ 1,000,000 
210,000 
156,000 

1,900,000 


$ 977,630 




174,300 






Issued for additions and betterments — 


1,900,000 






Totals 


3,266,000 


3,051,930 







RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 





Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding 


Assignment 
to Railways 


Amount Per Mile of Line 


Account 


Miles 


Amount 


Capital stock 


$ 62,516,000 
152,071,000 


1 62,516,000 
152,071,000 


3,021.83 
3,021.83 


$ 20,688 


Funded debt... 


50,324 






Totals 


214,587,000 


214,587,000 


3,021.83 


71,012 







Note. — Funded debt per mile, computed on bonded liability in hands of public and, also, on 
treasury bonds. 



364 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



DISCOUNT ON SECURITIES. 

ON FUNDED DEBT. 





Net Amount of Discount 


Class of Bond or Obligation 


Charged to 

Tntal Income or 
1 otal profit and 

Loss 


To be Charged 

During 

Remaining 

Life of 

Security 




$4,816,014.27 * 103570.84 


$ 4,712,443.43 

5,568,813.65 

20,238.76 

1,288.68 


S. A. L. Ry. adjustment mortgage bonds, 5s (income 


5,726,421.58 

21,313.40 

1,354.77 

124,632.86 


157, 607. 93 

1,074.64 

66.09 

45,805.22 






S. A. L. Ry. 3-year gold notes, 5s 


78,827.86 


Totals ... 


10,689,736.88 


308,124.72 


10,381,612.16 







EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR— Entire Line. 



Account 



Through 
Issue of 
Securities 



Property 
Retired or 
Converted 



Adjust- 
ments 



Total 



Right of way and station grounds 

Real estate 

Widening cuts and fills 

Protection of banks and drainage 

Grade reductions and changes of line 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Increased weight of rail 

Imrroved frogs and switches 

Track fastenings and appurtenances 

B allast 

Additional main tracks 

Sidings and spur tracks 

Terminal yards 

Fencing Right of Way 

Improvement of crossings under or over grade. 

Elimination of grade crossings 

Interlocking apparatus 

Block and other signal apparatus 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Station buildings and fixtures 

Roadway machinery and tools 

Shops, enginehouses, and turntables 

Shop and machinery tools 

Water and fuel stations 

Grain elevators and storage warehouses 

Dock and wharf property 

Equipment 

Other additions and betterments 



37,052.41 

860.54 

18,248.49 

4,943.82 

28,051.88 

104,091.42 

220,778.64 

8,273.47 

73,421.41 

258,251.01 

201,110.13 

173,807.88 

156,661.35 

1,729.78 

39,296.18 

1,375.48 

4,763.41 

1,357.33 

36,904.10 

166,564.35 

13, 106. 79 

13,935.00 

34.55 

77,849.03 

25,860.69 

102,138.39 

,665,114.89 

20,667.33 



10,000.00 



14,125.01 



Totals 4,456,249.75 

i 



176,949.74 



).74 *14,125.01 



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18, 

4, 

28, 

104, 

220, 

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258, 

201, 

173, 

156, 

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102 
,488 
20 



052.41 
139.46 
248. 49 
943. 82 
051.88 
091.42 
778. 64 
851.54 
421.41 
251.01 
110.13 
807. 88 
661. 35 
729. 78 
296. 18 
375.48 
763.41 
357. 33 
904. 10 
564.36 
106.79 
935. 00 
34.55 
849. 03 
860. 69 
138.39 
165.15 
667. 33 



4,255,175.00 



"Credit. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907— Entire Line. 



Account 



Expenditures for New 

Lines or Extensions 

During Year 



From Cash 

or Other 

Working 

Assets 



Through 
Issue of 
Securities 



Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During 
Year 



Total Ex- 
penditures, 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1913 



Total Ex- 
penditures, 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1914 



113,876.12 



12,164.80 



46,970.31 



9,995.34 
27,295.13 
51,751.89 

1,662.48 

14,155.52 



Road — 

Engineering j $ 

Right of way and station 

grounds 

Real estate 

Grading 

Tunnels 

Bridges trestles, and culverts 

Ties ! 

Rails 

Frogs and switches 

Track fastenings and other ma- I 

terial ' 

Ballast 

Track laying and surfacing ' 14,590.79 

Roadway tools 47.75 

Fencing right of way 715.55 

Crossings and signs 145.59 

Interlocking and other signal | 

apparatus [ 1,047.60 

Telegraph and teleph one lines . 2, 403. 42 

Station buildings and fixtures.. 1,975.05 

Shops, enginehouses, and turn- 
tables ' 

Shop machinery and tools 

Water stations ! j 63.40 

Fuel stations ' l 

♦ Storage warehouses L 

Dock and wharf property 

Electric light plants 

Miscellaneous structures ' ' 

Rent of equipment 



$ 14,235.36 $ 148,700.73 $ 176,812.21 



37,052.41 

*9,139.46 

202,451.50 



147,450.29 
59,319.25 

363,111.53 
16,625.67 

110,920.67 

174,440.56 

180,690.23 

13, 106. 79 

1,729.78 

2,851.81 

7,982.52 
36,904.10 
166,564.35 

13,935.00 
34.55 
38,137.23 
39,711.80 
25,860.69 
102,138.39 



20,894.83 



Repairs of equipment ' 

Cost of road purchased 1*112,500.00 



Totals *112,500.00 



Equipment — 
Steam locomotives.. 
Passenger train cars. 

Freight train cars 

Work equipment 

Floating equipment - 

Totals 



567.77 



307,267.28 
287, 197. 70 
726,539.05 
175,916.73 

1,330,599.15 
315,908.93 

1,228,451.19 
122,646.62 

268,348.98 

557,490.44 

524,460.32 

195.71 

31,033.22 

55,199.89 

24,424.50 
154,062.87 
597,246.36 

496,121.64 

208,519.38 

116,999.30 

112,590.60 

627,664.97 

523,556.32 

1,481.49 

177,819.96 

7,585.00 

24.48 

16,268,298.82 



356,484.49 
278,058.24 
975,960.86 
175,916.73 

1,488,044.78 
402,523.31 

1,643,314.61 
140,934.97 

393,425.17 
731,931.00 
719,741.34 
13,350.25 
33,478.55 
58,197.29 

33,454.62 
193,370.39 
765,785.76 

510,056.64 
208,553.93 
155,199.93 
152,302.40 
653,525.66 
625,694.71 

1,481.49 
198,714.79 

7,585.00 

592. 25 

:6, 155, 798. 82 



428.51 1,767,009.85 25,396,351.83 27,250,290.19 



947,085.69 

466, 720. 69 

1,041,483.73 

26,274.28 

6,600.76 



5,165.15 



2,080,683.16 
775,133.21 

5,878,835.91 

244,352.45 

18,347.12 



3,027,768.85 

1,241,853 90 

6,920,319.64 

270,626.73 

24,947.88 



8,997,351.85 11,485,517.00 



"Credit. 



366 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT 


—Investment Since June 30 


1907— Entire Line— Continued. 






Expenditures for New 

Lines or extensions 

During Year 


Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During 
Year 


Total Ex- 
penditures, 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1913 


Total Ex- 
penditures, 


Account 


From Cash 
or Other 
Working 

Assets 


Through 
Issue of 
Securities 


July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1914 


General Expenditures — 
Law expenses. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 10.00 

100.00 

27,600.00 

1,166.66 


$ 10. 00 
100. 00 


Interest and commissions 






27,600.00 










1,166.66 














Totals 








28,876.66 


28,876.66 












Recapitulation— 


*112,500.00 


199,428.51 


1,767,009.85 
2,488,165.15 


25,396,351.83 

8,997,351.85 

28,876.66 


27,250,290.19 


Equipment .__ 


11,485,517.00 








28,876.66 




i 








*112,500.00 


199,428.51 


4,255,175.00 


34,422,580.34 


38,764,683.85 








Totals— State of North 


*112,500.00 




1,057,622.11 


4,006,428.06 


4,951,550.17 









'Credit. 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account 



Investment to June 30, 1907 — 

Road 

Equipment 

Investment since June 30, 1907 

Total 

Reserve for accrued depreciation — Cr 

Net total. 

Cost per mile of line 



Amount — 
Entire Line 



$ 113,979,096.41 
12,213,660.89 
38,764,683.85 



154,957,441.15 
2,095,050.46 



162,862,390.69 
54,688.59 



State of North 
Carolina 



$30,690,115.41 
4,951,550.17 



35,641,665.58 
431.972.61 



35,209,692.97 
57,349.45 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



367 



INCOME STATEMENT. 



Account 


Amount 


Amount 


Railway Operating Income — 


$25,291,757.62 
17,311,394.54 
















$ 7,980,363.08 




133,953.91 
154,314.28 
















20,360.37 










7,960,002.71 






999,000.00 








Railway operating income . __ 


6,961,002.71 


Other Income — 


4,185.00 
73,120.24 
43,940.06 
24,187.99 
31,268.66 
45,845.83 
76,068.38 
130. 74 
249.48 








































Total other income . _ __ 




298,996.38 








Gross income carried forward __ 


7,259,999.09 


Deductions from Gross Income— 


51,000.00 

269,429.07 

101,760.08 

19,658.27 

5,139,799.57 

4,136,34 

308,124.72 












Miscellaneous rent deductions. .. . . 




Interest deductions for funded debt ___ __ . 




















5,893,908.05 








Net income..- 


1,366,091.04 








Disposition of Net Income— 

Income balance transferred to credit of profit and loss 


1,366,091.04 









368 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT. 



Account 


Debits 


Credits 




$ 


$ 6,402,624.20 
1,366,091.04 


Credit balance transferred from income account 








217,409.10 




716,823.00 
5,948.50 
1,600.84 

7,261,752.00 












Balance credit (at end of fiscal period) carried to general balance 








Totals 


7,986,124.34 


7,986,124.34 







OPERATING REVENUES— Entire Line and State. 





Entire Line — 

Total 

Revenues 


State of North Carolina 


Account 


Intrastate 
Revenues 


Interstate 
Revenues 
Assigned 
to State 


Total 
Revenues 


Revenue from Transportation — 
Freight revenue 


$17,307,034.45 


$ 940,832.84 


$4,228,172.95 


$5,169,005.79 


5,430,531.28 


529,644.68 
7,724.45 


555,824.09 1.085.468.77 




57,967.75 

2,370.05 

544,671.36 

830,174.70 

1,186.32 


3,862.25 


11,586.70 








73,178.18 

37,823.94 

158.03 


73,178.18 

225,043.09 

79.03 


146,356.36 




262,867.03 




237.06 






Total passenger service train revenue 


6,866,901.46 


648,529.28 


857,986.64 


1,506,515.92 




247,602.21 

22,033.20 

494. 87 


4,402.66 

5,030.69 

*41.10 


19,764.97 


24.167.63 




3,951.03 8.981.72 


Miscellaneous transportation revenue 


33.66 


*7.44 


Total revenue from transportation.. 


24,444,066.19 


1,598,754.37 


5,109,909.25 


6,708,663.62 


Revenue prom Operations Other than 
Transportation — 


11,022.53 

158,286.36 

1,137.10 

70,943.14 

40,142.02 

543,779.64 


1,468.80 
7,269.18 

262.05 
3,507.14 
5,935.76 

117.10 


734. 39 
31,151.84 


2,203.19 




38,421.02 




262. 05 




16,081.45 


19,588.59 


Rents of buildings and other property .. 


5,935.76 


16,249.71 


16,366.81 






Total revenue from operations other 


830,310.81 


18,560.03 


64,217.39 


82,777.42 








17,380.62 


1,344.29 




1,344.29 










25,291,757.62 


1,618,658.69 


5,174,126.64 


6,792,785.33 







*Credit. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



369 



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N. C. COKPORATION COMMISSION. 



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372 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED. 
NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 



Kind of Security 


Par Value 


Dividends 
or Interest 


Stocks— 
Stocks of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as collateral"-.. 


$ 1,602,500 

3,506,883 

183,700 

1,098,400 

25,000 


$ 

868 66 








30,400.00 










Totals 


6,416,483 


'31,268.66 






Funded Debt — 
Funded debt of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as col- 


40,296,000 
1,538,000 






45,845.83 






Totals 


41,834,000 


45,845.83 







MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES. 



Name of Corporation 


Name of 
Security Held 


Par Value 
of Holdings 


Name of Intermediary 


Georgia and Alabama Terminal Co... 


Stock . . 


$ 300,000 









SINKING AND OTHER FUNDS. 

INCOME DURING THE YEAR. 





Income 


Name of Fund 


Cash Appro- 
priations to 
Fund 


Other 
Income 
to Fund 


Total 


Sinking and Redemption Funds — 


$ 54,664.47 


$ 130.74 


$ 54,795 21 







ASSETS ON JUNE 30, 1914. 



Name of Fund and Security 



F. C. & P. L. G. mortgage redemption fund. 



Cash in 
Fund 



S 55,338.37 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



373 





OPERATING RESERVES. 






Designation 


Amount on 

June 30, 

1913 


Accretions 

During 

Year 


Disburse- 
ments 
During Year 


Amount on 

June 30, 

1914 


Loss, damage, personal injury, 


and over- 


$ 266,522.45 
17,857.18 


$1,368,399.47 
47,914.71 


$1,357,211.55 

45,775.48 


$ 277,710.37 




19,996.41 








Totals - - 


284,379.63 


1,416,314.18 


1,402,987.03 


297,706.78 







RESERVES FROM INCOME OR SURPLUS. 



Designation 


Amount 

on June 30, 

1913 


Accretions 

During 

Year 


Disburse- 
ments 
During Year 


Amount 

on June 30, 

1914 


Not Specifically Invested — 
Reserve from surplus for doubtful accounts, 


$ 51,030.11 


$ 2,250.48 


$ 3,216.08 


$ 50,064.51 







ADVANCES TO PROPRIETARY, AFFILIATED, AND CONTROLLED COMPANIES. 

TEMPORARY ADVANCES FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES. 



Name of Company- 



Tampa Terminal Co 

North Carolina Terminal Co 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

Georgia Construction Co 

Savannah Union Station Co 

Atlantic Coast Terminal Co 

Raleigh and Charleston Railroad Co 

Seaboard Industrial Co 

Carolina, Atlantic and Western Railway 
Richmond-Washington Co..- 

Total 



Amount 



2,607.13 

154,827.51 

34,788.40 

62,357.46 

2,801.11 

397.70 

260.00 

163,865.29 

37,423.64 

15,200.00 



474,528.24 



SPECIAL DEPOSITS. 



Designation of Deposit and Description of 
Security or Property 


Securities 


Cash 




Par 

Value 


Cost or 
Book Value 


Total 


Lease of road contract, $100,000 G. and A. 


$ 100,000.00 
12,500.00 


$ 100,000.00 


$ 


$ 100,000.00 


Athens Terminal Co. — stock deposited to 




Insurance collected on equipment deposited 
with trustee .._._._ .... 




3,731.59 

5,548.54 
698.82 


3,731.59 


Money received for sale of mortgaged land 






5,548.54 








698 .82 










Totals 


112,500.00 


100,000.00 


9,978.95 


109,978.95 







374 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State. 



Account 



Entire Line — 
Amount 


State of North 

Carolina — 

Amount 


$ 161,801.33 


$ 34,138.58 


30,668.43 


11,035.45 


592,991.32 


130,117.38 


126,608.59 


53,923.39 


131,637.89 


15,953.84 


1,248,772.73 


239,754.82 


4,731.43 


2,251.66 


291,910.43 


47,466.90 


18,738.71 


5,154.80 


22,792.73 


3,709.52 


1,778.37 


901 .72 


18,198.06 


3,073.27 


282,176.42 


60,223.29 


98,112.59 




42,121.41 


6,264.82 


20,257.04 


*465 .91 


5,985.88 


1,213.48 


4,560.44 


21.50 


39,942.42 


4,035.34 


49,586.25 


2,722.35 


3,094,199.97 


616,051.50 


• 

112,287.85 


32,084.65 


1,306,895.54 


353,244.88 


20,247.07 


5,463.93 


106,046.59 


28,511.68 


279,631.18 


79,032.26 


34,418.20 


9,610.43 


39,553.39 


11,119.10 


1,069,654.44 


325,153.53 


24,814.13 


7,346.79 


227,292.81 


67,025.18 


7,679.67 




977.64 
32,483.32 




9,260.70 


3,026.39 


877.26 


8,201.18 


2,354.02 


■ 98,377.52 


28,244.15 


15,854.17 


4,497.79 


9,029.66 


2,577.79 


324 .42 


63.93 


8,611.16 


8.39 


935 .45 


525 .62 


3,404,470.88 


965,950.84 


246,825.52 


48,973.45 


343,541.42 


68,730.45 


54,856.59 


10,953.86 


27,299.23 


5,460.61 


45,429.53 


9,088.41 



Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence.-. 

Ballast 

Ties - 



Rails 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Removal of snow, sand, and ice 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Over and under grade crossings 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle guards, and signs 

Signals and interlocking plants 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Buildings, fixtures, and grounds 

Docks and wharves 

Roadway tools and supplies 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses . 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Dr.. 
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Cr._ 

Total — maintenance of way and structures 



Maintenance of Equipment — 

Superintendence 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locomotives — renewals 

Steam locomotives — depreciation 

Passenger-train cars — repairs 

Passenger-train cars — renewals 

Passenger-train cars — depreciation 

Freight-train cars — repairs 

Freight-train cars — renewals. 

Freight-train cars — depreciation 

Floating equipment — repairs 

Floating equipment — depreciation 

Work equipment — repairs 

Work equipment — renewals 

Work equipment — depreciation 

Shop machinery and tools 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses. 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals- 
Maintaining joint equipment at terminals- 
Total — maintenance of equipment 



-Dr. 
-Cr. 



Traffic Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Outside agencies 

Advertising 

Traffic associations.. - 

Industrial and immigration bureaus- 



credit. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 
OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



375 



Account 



Entire Line- 
Amount 



State of North 

Carolina — 

Amount 



Traffic Expenses — Continued. 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 



$ 7.8,493.54 
308 .25 



Totals — traffic expenses . 



-Dr. 
-Cr.. 



Transportation Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees ._ 

Weighing and car-service associations. 

Station supplies and expenses 

Yardmasters and their clerks 

Yard conductors and brakemen 

Yard switch and signal tenders 

Yard supplies and expenses 

Yard enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Water for yard locomotives 

Lubricants for yard locomotives 

Other supplies for yard locomotives. .. 
Operating joint yards and terminals- 
Operating joint yards and terminals- 
Road enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Interlockers and block and other signals — operation. 

Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

Drawbridge operation 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Operating floating equipment 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Loss and damage — freight 

Loss and damage — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Dr 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Cr 



Totals — transportation expenses. 



796,754.68 



9,258,622.91 



General Expenses — 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants- 
General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses 

Insurance 

Pensions 



89,396.44 
274,564.66 

25,780.52 

149,761.27 

134,490.01 

3,219.60 



15,701.53 
61.78 



158,970.09 



207,043.70 


43,442.04 


121,307.69 


42,132.31 


,643,337.65 


335,528.81 


46,848.32 


9,382.18 


100,679.23 


18,313.37 


153,912.29 


32,208.70 


297,182.24 


83,608.40 


8,145.19 


4,988.85 


15,545.88 


1,723.24 


204,803.37 


55,397.84 


58,994.99 


16,043.82 


246,102.25 


60,123.57 


13,532.84 


3,877.32 


2,625.84 


901.66 


4,932.80 


1,787.89 


156,149.09 


18,582.20 


75,435.00 


40,503.59 


999,575.50 


275,948.64 


221,839.66 


58,576.72 


,082,563.34 


538,105.74 


110,360.06 


29,153.02 


36,487.22 


12,255.92 


30,399.49 


8,430.32 


,006,335.32 


272,662.91 


246,317.11 


70,261.44 


199,722.95 


1,622.33 


24,425.56 


6,316.53 


13,734.61 


612.34 


42,604.53 


9,404.85 


76,543.62 


27,153.93 


62,362.43 


250.28 


83,243.70 


19,452.80 


22,455.23 


5,514.09 


429,427.70 


115,782.22 


4,237.73 


1,288.32 


87,327.54 


28,290.40 


137,672.48 


24,646.99 


319,595.45 


64,159.80 


8,414.84 


1,456.37 


10,731.53 


47.72 



2,258,836. 



17,824.35 
54,730.43 
5,134.07 
33,175.61 
26,860.31 
640.30 



376 



N. O. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 
OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account 



Entire Line — 
Amount 



State of North 

Carolina — 

Amount 



General Expenses — Continued. 

Stationery and printing 

Valuation expenses 

Other expenses 

General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Dr. 
General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Cr. 

Totals — general expenses 

Recapitulation of Expenses — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, per cent. ... 



28,396.96 
14,983.29 
31,343.35 
5,694.58 

284 .58 



5,659.26 

2,967.61 

6,240.18 

156.28 

169.79 



757,346.10 


153,218.61 


3,094,199.97 
3,404,470.88 

796,754.68 
9,258,622.91 

757,346.10 


616,051.50 
965,950.84 
158,970.09 
2,258,836.88 
153,218.61 


17,311,394.54 


4,153,027.92 



61.14 



SUMMARY OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES OF AUXILIARY (OR OUTSIDE) OPERATIONS AND MISCEL- 
LANEOUS INVESTMENTS— PHYSICAL PROPERTY. 

A. AUXILIARY (OR OUTSIDE) OPERATIONS. 



Designation 


Revenues 


Expenses 


Net Deficit 




$ 133,953.91 


S 154,314.28 


$ 20,360.37 






B. MISCELLANEOUS INVESTME 


NTS— PHYSICAL PROPERTY. 


Designation 


Revenues (or 
Income) 


Expenses 


Net Income 




$ 24,811.06 


$ 623 .07 


$ 24,187.99 







SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



377 



RENTS RECEIVABLE. 
I. FROM JOINT FACILITIES. 



Facility Leased 


Location 


Name of Lessee 


Amount 


Joint Tracks— 
Main line tracks 


Weldon, N. C, to Garys.... 
Archer, Fla., to Morristown. 
Welborn, Fla. 




$ 157.50 




4,885.89 






240.00 




Tavares, Fla., to Ellsworth 
Jet 




180.00 




Wellington, Ala., to Car- 


Louisville and Nashville R. R 


50,957.15 




Central Jet., to near Savan- 


480 .00 




Ybor Jet., Fla., to Tampa.. 




1,280.00 






798 .82 






T. andG. C 


1,200.00 


Joint Yards and 
Terminals — 
Passenger stations. . 




Atlanta, Birm. and Atlantic Ry 

Live Oak, Perry and Gulf Ry 


9.00 


Live Oak, Fla 


150.00 




Live Oak, Fla. 


150.00 








116.04 




Raleigh, N. C 

Raleigh, N. C 


Norfolk Southern R. R 


597 .06 




Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern- 


23.53 






120 .00 




Suffolk, Va. 




187 .58 






Georgia Southern and Florida 


76.44 






6.68 








422.51 






C. ofGa 


1.68 




Weldon, N. C. 




68.85 




Raleigh, N. C. 




455 .30 








25.00 


Freight stations 




Ga. Southwest and Gulf R. R 


780 .00 


Durham, N. C. 


1,096.28 




Durham, N. C. 




3,663.26 








143 .88 




Bostic, N. C. . 


Carolina, Clinch, and Ohio Ry 


30.45 


Freight and passen- 




1,815.10 






Ga. Coast and Piedmont Ry.. 

Randolph and Cumberland Ry 

Charlotte, Monroe and Columbia .. 


256 .92 






162 .00 




McBee, S. C. 


480 .00 






60.00 




Kilby, Va 


Norfolk and Western Ry... 


47.20 




Pell City, Ala. 


Birmingham and Atlantic R. R 


130.00 






749 .52 




Hamlet, N. C. 


N. and S. C 


67.99 




Elberton, Ga. 


E. and E. R. R 


1,048.61 








TotaL. 


73,120.24 











S7S 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RENTS RECEIVABLE— Continued. 
II. INCOME FROM LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased 


Location 


Name of Lessee 


Amount 


Carthage R. R 

Gibson Branch 


Cameron, N. C, to Car- 
thage, N. C 

Hamlet, N. C, to Gibson, 
N. C. 


Randolph and Cumberland Ry 

North and South Carolina Ry 

Ocala Northern R. R 


$ 1,560.00 
1,125.00 


Silver Springs Branch 


Silver Springs Jet., to Silver 


1,500.00 










Total 


4,185.00 











III. MISCELLANEOUS RENT INCOME. 




Description and Location of Property Name of Lessee 


Amount 


Various.. Various 


$ 43,940.06 

l 



MISCELLANEOUS INCOME. 



Source of Income 



Various — large number of items from $5 up. 



Amount 



249 .48 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



379 



RENTS PAYABLE. 

FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 



Facility Leased 



Location 



Name of Lessor 



Amount 



Joint Tracks — 
Waterworks track. 
Passenger train 
track. 

Bridge and tracks. 

Compress track 

Use of tracks 

Use of tracks 

Joint Yards and 
Terminals — 
Passenger stations. 



Other Facilities — 
Freight terminals... 
Interchange track.. 

Crossing tracks 

Freight terminals . 

Freight facilities 

Freight facilities 

Freight and passen- 
ger facilities 



Montgomery, Ala. 



Total. 



Central of Ga. Ry. 



Howells, to Atlanta, Ga 

Hilton to Navassa, N. C... 
Americus, Ga 

B'ham to Bessemer, Ala. ... 
Manchester,' Va 



Albany, Ga .. 

Clinton, S. C 

Tampa, Fla 

Helena, Ga 

Jacksonville, Fla... 

Columbus, Ga 

Savannah, Ga 

Pembroke, N. C 

Durham, N. C 

Raleigh, N. C 

Atlanta, Ga 

Montgomery, Ala.. 

Denmark, S. C 

Wilmington, N. C 
Lincolnton, N. C.- 
Birmingham, Ala.. 
Savannah, Ga 



Atlanta, Ga 

Birmingham, Ala.. 
Birmingham, Ala.. 

Bostic, N. C 

Albany, Ga 

Maxwell, S. C 



Bradley Jet., Fla.... 
River Junction, Fla. 

Meldrim, Ga 

Athens, Ga 



N. C. and St. L. Ry 

Wilmington Ry. Bridge Co. 

Central of Ga. Ry 

K. C, andB. R. R 

Southern Ry 



Albany Passenger Terminal 

C, N. and L. R. R 

Tampa Union Station Co 

Southern Ry 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

Central of Ga. Ry 

Savannah Union Station Co 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Durham Union Station Co 

North Carolina R. R 

N., C. and St. L. Ry 

L. and N. R. R.. 

Southern Ry 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Carolina and Northwestern Ry. 

Birmingham Terminal Co 

S. and S. R. R 



N., C. and St. L. Ry 

Birmingham Belt Ry 

Birmingham Belt Ry 

! Car. Clinchfield and Ohio Ry... 

Ga. Southwest and Gulf 

Char, and West. Carolina R. R. 



C, H. and N. Ry 

Atlantic Coast Line R. 

Central of Ga. Ry 

Athens Terminal Co._. 



439 .00 

16,249.94 
5,425.06 

106 .04 
11,087.24 

130 .00 



313.42 

752 .95 

5,249.74 

17.00 

16,288.27 

317.64 

12,598.57 

55.12 

471.15 

988 .79 

2,000.00 

1,299.28 

69.44 

2,939.64 

145 .25 

8,495.75 

*8.03 



2,606.74 
404 .88 
300.00 

1,557.90 
900.00 
240.79 

45.87 

961 .52 

37.96 

9,273.16 



101,760.08 



"Credit. 



FOR LEASE OF ROAD. 





Road Leased 




Amount 
Cash 


Lyons Branch of C. of Ga. Ry. 


Meldrim to Lyons, Ga. . . .... 


$ 


43,500.00 


Belt R. R. of Columbus, Ga.-- 




7,500.00 








Total 


51,000.00 





380 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RENTS PAYABLE— Continued. 

MISCELLANEOUS RENT DEDUCTIONS. 



Description of 
Property 


Location 


Name of Lessor 


Amount 








$ 2,815.00 

1,668.91 

600 .00 


Track 






Right of way . 


Durham, N. C 










9,000.00 






N. W. Bowe & Son (agent for A. 






D. Williams) [ 600.00 








4 00 








5 00 








37.34 


Rail 


Marion, S. C 




295 .34 






4,550.00 
53.48 
















Total 


19,658.27 











HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. , 
EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 





Basis of Compensation 




Kind of Equipment 


Locomotive 

Days or 

Car Days 


Locomotive 
Miles or 
Car Miles 


Total 
Compensation 


Acceued on Equipment Borrowed — 


3,477 

3,498,367 
2,756 








$ 17,611.62 




1,752,450 






60,051.88 




1,574,044.16 






2,766.42 








Totals 


3,505,6993^ 


1,752,450 


1,654,474.08 






Accrued on Equipment Loaned — 


3,026 

739 

3,231,091 

2,208 








20,592.02 




1,318,344 






50,792.41 




1,454,828.34 






5,043.53 








Totals 


3,237,064 


1,318,344 


1,531,256.30 









RECAPITULATION OF HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 




Account 


Amount 
Receivable 


Amount 
Payable 




$ 1,531,256.30 


$ 1,654,474.08 




146,211.29 










Totals. 


1,531,256.30 


1,800,685.37 


Balance... ... 


269,429.07 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



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EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Ck 



Number 

on 
June 30 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked 



Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion 



Average 
Daily 
Compensa- 
tion 



General officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen • 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders, and watchmen. 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

All other employees and laborers 



Totals (including general officers). 
Less general officers 



Totals (excluding general officers). 



Distribution of Above — 
Maintenance of way and structures- 
Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses... 

Outside operations 



Totals (including general officers). 
Less general officers 



Totals (excluding general officers). 



27 

10 
141 

93 
430 
109 
152 

93 
273 

68 
150 
510 
109 
686 

42 

69 
104 



3,066 

27 



3,039 



777 

71 

1,345 

57 

12 



27 



3,039 



1,615 

3,086 

44,080 

34,057 

134,643 
27,893 
27,754 
24,038 
60,370 
17,447 
39,297 

135,451 
34,145 

214,566 
15,388 
25,232 
34,669 



,195.91 
,393.89 
,825.35 
,146.87 
,491.13 
,118.36 
,582.57 
,215.67 
,955.44 
,327.85 
,432.98 
,344.88 
,283.96 
,089.21 
,456.37 
,881.64 
,577.78 



873,731 
1,615 



1,967,319. 
35,195, 



872,116 



1,932,123.95 



251,589 
207,333 

22,233 
368,974 

17,838 
5,764 



361,278.41 
468,524.95 

84,094.36 
960,026.48 

84,275.73 
9,119.93 



873,731 
1,615 



1,967,319.86 
35,195.91 



872,116 



1,932,123.95 



21.79 
8.23 
2.83 
2.12 
1.72 
6.53 
2.47 
5.21 
2.38 
3.40 
2.86 
2.05 
2.56 
1.18 
1.46 
2.41 
2.41 



2.25 
21.79 



1.44 

2.26 
3.78 
2.60 
4.72 
1.58 



2.25 
21.79 



2.22 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



387 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item 



Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenues and Rates 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance carried (miles) . 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger. _. 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue.. 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile _. 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenue per mile of road 

Operating revenue per train- mile. 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train mile.. 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile. 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile _ 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



Dollars 



5,146,791 
247,690,882 
80,309 
48.13 



5,430,531 

1 



6,866,901 
2,226 



10,410,986 
1,575,008,722 
510,668 
151.28 



17,307,034 

1 



5,611 
2 

25,291,757 

8,200 

2 

17,311,394 

5,612 

1 

7,980,363 

2,587 



12 
39 

4.89 

14.96 

259,45 

26.08 

17.33 

7.78 

3,084.21 



Cts. 



Mills 



5.13 
1.92 



2.38 
0.99 



1..01 



0.25 



0.71 



388 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line 


—Continued. 




Classification 


Item 


Total 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service : 


6,117,460 

6,116,071 

415,633 

10,535 

2,233,607 
















Switching locomotive-miles - . __ 








Total revenue locomotive mileage . .. . _' _ ... 




14,943,306 






Nonrevenue service locomotive-miles .. . . . ... 




701,500 


Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles — 


105,207,287 

47,253,131 

5,838,570 




Empty .. . . 












Total freight car-miles . ..... ...... 




158,298,988 


Passenger Car-Miles — 


13,507,357 

7,469,462 

10,466,010 




















31,442,829 


Special Car-Miles — 


49,583 
4,740 

31,335 
9,998 
6,494 
























Total special car-miles 




102,150 








Total revenue car mileage . . ....... .. 


189,843,967 












6,854,043 


Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 


5,663,668 

6,018,984 

406,824 

10,369 
























12,099,845 












548,817 









SEABOAED AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



389 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item 



Passenger Traffic: 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road. 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Total intrastate freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road ,__ 

Operating expenses per train-mile.-. 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car- mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile.. 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 



1,028,329 

49,488,638 

80,293 

48.13 



3,774,837 

474,364,921 

769,636 

125.67 



30 

5.42 

14.72 

297 .38 

29.17 

20.20 

7.97 

616.35 



Revenue and Rates 



Dollars 



1,085,468 



1,506,515 
2,444 



5,169,005 
940,832 

1 



,386 



,792,785 

11,020 

2 

,153,027 

6,738 

1 

,639,757 

4,282 



Cts. 



Mills 



5.57 
1.93 



85 



9.33 
0.90 



0.46 



.30 



390 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Classification 


Item 


Total 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 


1,674,102 

1,612,208 

61,798 

3,757 

696,699 




























4,048,564 






Nonrevenue service locomotive-miles 




214,422 


Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles — 


32,226,530 

12,710,690 

1,601,140 




















46,538,360 


Passenger Car Miles- 


3,427,600 
2,424,977 
3,034,963 


















8,887,540 


Special Car-Miles — 


15,850 

1,440 
15,853 
3,810 
2,672 




























39,626 










55,465,526 












1,961,933 


Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 


1,535,782 

1,580,788 

59,365 

3,757 
























3,179,692 












168,040 









SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



391 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers ' 


Total Freight Tonnage 


Products of Agriculture — 


Tons 
81,217 
49,374 
70,199 
25,083 
14,991 
158,511 
196,263 
177,004 


Tons 
106,913 
107,863 
88,941 
67,528 
18,045 
141,856 
134,342 
50,432 


Tons 
188,130 
157,237 
159,140 
92,611 
33,036 
300,367 
330,605 
227,436 


Per Cent. 
1.81 


Flour . - 


1.51 




1.53 


Hay 


.89 




.32 




2.88 




3.17 




2.19 






Totals - 


772,642 


715,920 


1,488,562 


14.30 






Products of Animals — 


17,212 
1,954 

23,322 

7,051 

32 

1,123 


10,742 

19,998 

39,845 

1,811 

474 
686 


27,954 
21,952 
63,167 

8,862 
506 

1,809 


.27 




.21 




.61 




.08 


Wool 






.02 






Totals .- 


50,694 


73,556 


124,250 


1.19 






Products of Mines — 




36,926 

1,011,699 

5,014 

7,822 

84,989 

107,212 


36,926 

1,129,046 

6,699 

54,345 

428,503 

1,087,618 


.35 




117,347 

1,685 

46,523 

343,514 

980,406 


10.85 


Coke 


.06 




.52 




4.12 




10.45 






Totals 


1,489,475 


1,253,662 


2,743,137 


26.35 






Products of Forests — 


946,002 
936,851 


569,020 
129,180 


1,515,022 
. 1,066,031 


14 55 




10.24 






Totals 


1,882,853 


698,200 


2,581,053 


24 79 






Manufactures — 


90,878 

24,211 

98,239 

87,559 

18,806 

29,910 

31,916 

338,585 

3,912 

4,059 

3,753 

16,693 

817,537 


55,699 
18,943 
64,338 

65,671 
27,225 
63,353 
62.590 

230,113 

7,043 

12,582 

34,705 

15,166 

465,901 


146,577 
43,154 

162,577 

153,230 
46,031 
93,263 
94,506 

568,698 
10,955 
16,641 
38,458 
31,859 
1,283,438 


1 40 




41 




1 56 




1 47 




44 




90 




91 




5.45 




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.16 




.37 




.31 




12 33 






Totals 


1,566,058 


1,123,329 


2,689,387 


25.83 








175,225 


243,910 


419,135 1 4.03 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 




201,975 


163,487 365,462 3.51 




6,138,922 


4,272,064 m.ain.QRfi 1 inn an 











392 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers 


Total Freight Tonnage 


Products op Agriculture — 


Tons 
44,391 
21,441 
28,902 
9,629 
13,424 
54,412 
101,697 
57,654 


Tons 
26,136 
36,464 
18,135 
24,595 
14,293 
48,729 
48,149 
26,837 


Tons 
70,527 
57,905 
47,037 
34,224 
27,717 
103,141 
149,846 
84,491 


Per Cent. 
1.87 
1.53 
1 25 


Flour 




Hay 


91 




.73 
2.73 
3 97 








2 24 






Totals 


331,550 


243,338 


574,888 


15 23 






Products of Animals— 


6,339 

528 

9,875 

5,876 

21 

307 


3,377 

5,208 

5,847 

529 

332 

495 


9,716 
5,736 
15,722 
6,405 
353 
802 


26 




15 




42 




17 


Wool 


.01 




02 






Totals . _ .- - .-- --. - 


22,946 


15,788 


38,734 


1 03 






Products of Mines — 

Anthracite coal "1 

Bituminous coal J 

Coke 


13,288 

640 

239 

108,829 

30,753 


465 ,.663 

1,750 
5,398 
18,623 
12,713 


478,951 

2,390 

5,637 

127,452 

43,466 


12.69 
.06 




.15 




3.38 




1.15 






Totals .- ...---- - . - - . 


153,749 


504,147 


657,896 


17.43 






Products of Forests — 


452,812 
467,162 


222,482 
60,391 


675,294 
527,553 


17.89 




13.98 






Totals . - - . - 


919,974 


282,873 


1,202,847 


31.87 






Manufactures— 


50,451 
8,659 

2,477 

40,220 

3,404 

11,671 

9,926 

41,938 

1,555 

2,530 

2,106 

5,796 

382,919 


17,917 

6,217 

948 

12,550 

9,930 

41,198 

35,920 

69,917 

3,948 

6,857 

3,521 

6,288 

157,128 


68,368 

14,876 

3,425 

52,770 

13,334 

52,869 

45,846 

111,855 

5,503 

9,387 

5,627 

12,084 

540,047 


1.81 




.39 




.09 




1.40 




.35 




1.40 




1.21 




2.96 




.15 




.25 




.15 




.32 




14 .30 






Totals ... 


563,652 


372,339 


935,991 


24.78 








78,979 


134,135 


213,114 


5.65 






Miscellaneous— 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


80,811 


70,556 


151,367 


4.01 




2,151,661 


1,623,176 


3,774,837 


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SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title 



Name 



Official Address 



President 

First Vice-President 

Vice-President 

Vice-President 

Vice-President... 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

General Solicitor.. 

General Counsel at New York 

General Counsel at Washington 

General Counsel at Louisville 

General Attorney at Washington 

Comptroller 

Assistant Comptroller 

Auditor 

Vice-President and General Manager 

Assistant General Manager 

Engineer of Construction 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

Freight Traffic Manager 

Passenger Traffic Manager 

General Passenger Agent. 

Land and Industrial Agent 



Fairfax Harrison... 

A. B. Andrews 

J. M. Culp 

T. C. Powell 

H. B. Spencer 

F. S. Wynn 

H. C. Ansley 

W. A. Henderson 

Francis L. Stetson.. 

Alfred P. Thorn 

Alex P. Humphreys 
L. E. Jeffries 

A. H. Plant 

E. H. Kemper 

H. H. Laughton 

E. H. Coapman 

W. N. Netherland- 

W. H. Wells 

R. E. Simpson 

W. N. Foreacre 

G. R. Loyall 

C. L. Harris 

B. G. Fallis 

L. Green 

S. H. Hardwick 

H. F. Cary 

M. V. Richards 



Washington, D. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Richmond, Va. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

Elbert H. Gary, 71 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; Charles Steele, 25 Broad St., New York, N. Y. ; 
A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; Fairfax Harrison, Belvoir, Va.; R. M. Galloway, 42 Wall St., New 
York, N. Y.; John W. Grant, Atlanta, Ga.; George F. Baker, Jr., 2 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; Adrian 
Iselin, Jr., 36 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; Charles Lanier, 59, Cedar St. New York, N. Y.; E. D. Ran- 
dolph, 346 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



397 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line. 

Line Owned by Respondent. 





Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 




Alexandria, Va 


Greensboro, N. C. 

West Point, Va 


278 .58 
179.00 
190.49 
143 .52 
231.37 
242 .04 
271 .75 
410.09 
260.70 
270 .50 
146.71 

1.55 

118.28 

83.47 
5.44 










Charlotte, N. C 

Columbia, S. C 

Salisbury, N. C 






Greenville, S. C 

Morristown, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn... 
Memphis, Tenn 






Stevenson, Ala 

Ooltewah, Jet., Tenn.. 






State Line, Miss 

York, Ala 






Atlanta Jet., Ga - 

East St. Louis, 111 

Goldsboro, N. C, 






State Line, Ind 






State Line of 111 


New Albany (So. Ry. 
of Ind.). 






Lexington (So. Ry. of 
Ky.) 






Leftwich, Jet., Va 

Tuscumbia, Ala _ 

Moscow, Tenn..-^ 






Durmid Jet., Va. 

Sweetwater, Ala 

Somerville, Tenn 


2,833.49 




8.30 
13.10 

8.90 

1.00 

55.10 

12 .75 

100.15 

122 .50 

65.65 

1.20 
11.58 
23.57 

13.00 
30.44 

63.56 
65.30 

3.10 
11.30 
39.60 
26.21 
14.80 
61.30 
102 .30 

3.30 
10.28 

2.92 
53.00 
14.30 

20.50 
6.40 
1.60 

37.28 








Manchester Jet., Va... 

Clarksville, Va 

Oxford, N. C 








Durham, N. C 

Henderson, N. C 

Wilkesboro, N. C 

Murphy, N. C 

Taylorsville, N. C 

North Charlotte, N.C. 

Abbeville, S. C 

Edgefield, S. C 

Embreeville, Tenn. ... 
Harriman Jet., Tenn.. 
Cumberland Gay Jet. 
Tenn 






Pomono, N. C 

Murphy Jet., N. C— 

Charlotte, N. C 

A.T.&.O. Cut-off.... 

Hodges, S. C 

Aiken, S. C 




. 


Embreeville Jet., 
Tenn 


















Knoxville, Tenn 

Coal Creek, Tenn 

LaFollette, Jct.,Tenn. 

Morristown, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Cleveland, Tenn 

North Rome, Ga 












Briceville, Tenn 






Corryton, Tenn 

Walland, Tenn 












Fort Valley, Ga 














Hawkinsville, Ga 

Mines of Va.-Carolina 
Chemical Co 












Marion Jet., Ala 

Gurnee Jet., Ala 

Woodlawn, Ala 

No. Birmingham, Ala. 
Cardiff, Ala . 












End of Belt Road, 
Bessemer, Ala 






Brazil Mines, Ala 

Valley Creek Jet., Ala. 






Wilton, Ala 





398 



N. C CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Name 



Branches and Spurs.. 
(Continued.) 



Termini 



From- 



Jefferson, Ala 

Near Newcomb.Tenn, 



Patton Jet., Ala 

Littleton, Ala 

Tenn. C. I. and R. It. 
Co 

Spring Garden, Ala.. 



Lula, Ga 

Ardella, Ala... 
Seymour, Ala. 



Badham Spur, Ala 

Pinners Point, Va 

Venice & Carondelet.. 
Conn. withC. &A.Ry. 

Bellville Jet., Ill 

Galloway Coal Co. 

Spur 

Okolona, Miss._ .. 

Jasper, Ind 

Rockport Jet., Ind 

Lincoln City, Ind 

Jasper, Ind 

Lawrenceburg, Ky 

Norton, Ky 

Versailles, Ky 

Manassas Jet., Va 



To— 



Blossburg, Ala 

Spur — Woodridge-Jel- 

lico Coal Co 

Patton, Ala 

Porter, Ala 



Henry Ellen Spur.. 
Mines Ala. and Ga. 

Iron Co 

Athens, Ga 

Hansell, Ala.. 

End of track Piper 

Spur 



Conn, with A. C. L. 
East St. Louis, 111.. 

N. I. Terminal 

Belleville, 111.. 



Calhoun City, Miss.. 

Evansville, Ind.* 

Rockport, Ind.* 

Cannelton, Ind.* 

West Bend, Ind.* 

Lexington, Ky.f 

Burgin, Ky.f.-. 

Georgetown, Ky.f --- 
Harrisburg, Va 



Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 



1.91 

2.08 
1.10 
7.70 

1.02 

4.49 

38.93 

2.90 

3.91 
5.60 



2.40 
1.14 



37.82 
54.22 
16.15 
22.72 
24.80 
23.72 
3.82 
16.74 
112.89 



Miles of 
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Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 



.46 



"Southern Railway of Indiana. tSouthern Railway of Kentucky. 



Line Operated by Respondent, but Owned by Another Corporation, Control Being Secured 

Through Stock Ownership. 



Termini 



From— 



To— 



Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 



Miles of 
Line for 
Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 



State University R. R. — 

University, N. C 

North Carolina Midland R. R. — 

Mooresville, N. C 

High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and 
Southern R. R — 

High Point, N. C 

Yadkin R. R — 

Salisbury, N. C 

Seivern and Knoxville R. R. — 

Batesburg, S. C 



Chapel Hill, N. C 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Asheboro, N. C. 
Norwood, N. C. 
Seivern, S. C 



10.20 
53.52 

26.80 
41.00 
17.44 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



399 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 


From— 


To- 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 


Atlantic and Yadkin Ry. — 
Sanford, N. C. - . 


Mount Airy, N. C 


130.95 
18.74 
11 .39 




Climax, N. C. .... 






Stokesdale, N. C -.- 


Madison, N. C 






Near Warrior River, Ala 

Near Little Warrior River, Ala.. 


161.08 


Ensley Southern Ry. — 


22.73 
9.24 
1.45 












Bay Street Freight Depot, 


33.42 


St. Johns River Terminal Co. — 






5.99 


Cumberland Ry. — 


Point on Main stream, Clear 
Fork 








11.21 


Carolina and Tennessee Southern Ry. — 
Bushnell, N. C. 


Fontana, N. C. 




13.90 


Tennessee and Carolina Southern Ry. — 






25.30 










Total ;._. 


399 .86 











Line Operated Under Lease for Specified Sum. 



North Carolina R. R. — 
Goldsboro, N. C 


Charlotte, N. C 

Caraleigh, N. C 


222 .44 
1.90 




Caraleigh Jet., N. C 






224 .34 
263 08 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line — 
Charlotte, N. C 




Atlantic and Danville Ry. — 


West Norfolk, Va 

Claremont Wharf, Va. (N. G.)-- 


205.10 

50.36 
8.33 
3.90 












Buffalo Jet., Va 


Buffalo Lithia Springs, Va 

Mines, N. C— 






267.69 
4 45 


North and South Carolina R. R. — 




Lockhart R. R. — 
Lockhart Jet., S. C— .'._- 


Lockhart, S. C 




13.81 


Mobile and Birmingham R. R. — 






150 35 


Richmond and Mecklenburg R. R. — 






31 30 


Georgia Midland Ry. — 






97.88 










Total 


1,052.90 









400 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 

Line Operated Under Contract or Agreement, or Where the Rent is Contingent Upon 
Earnings or Other Considerations. 



Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 


Southern Ry. — Carolina Division— 
Cayce, S. C 


Hardeeville, S. C.... 


128.63 

7.64 

136.92 

66.30 

208 .50 

10.50 

5.20 

65.90 

67.93 

15.81 

42.10 

2.60 




Perry, S. C. 


Seivern, S. C. 










Branchville, S. C 


Columbia, S. C 




Kingville, S. C 






Blacksburg, S. C 


Gaffney, S. C. 










Biltmore, N. C . 








Alston, S. C 




Sumter Jet., S. C. 


Sumter, S. C. 




Hendersonville, N. C . . 






Kaolin, S. C 








Elberton, Ga 


758.03 
50.60 


Elberton Southern Ry. Co. — 




Southern Ry. in Mississippi — 






11.40 


The Whitney Co.— 

Near New London, N. C... . 


Hall's Mill Ferry, N. C. 




6.20 








1.75 


Roswell R. R.— 




9.80 
2.75 














12.55 






Total 


840 .53 











Line Operated Under Trackage Rights. 



Atlanta Terminal Co. — 
Entrance to Terminal Station, Atlanta, 
Ga 






.50 


Baltimore and Ohio R. R. — 
Entrance to Passenger Station, Harrison- 






.50 


Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington 
R. R — 






2.14 


Washington-Southern Ry. — 






5.70 


Washington Terminal Co.— 
Entrance to Union Depot, Washington, 
D. C. . . 






1.26 


Central of Georgia Ry. — 


West Broad St., Savannah, Ga.. 


3.37 
.10 




Fort Valley, Ga. 








3.47 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



401 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 


From, — 


To- 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 


Augusta and Summerville R. R. — 






.49 


Georgia Railroad — 






.25 


Western and Atlantic R. R. — 






.20 


Chattanooga Station Co. — 
Entrance to Union Depot, Chattanooga, 
Tenn 






.64 


Northern Alabama Ry. — 
N. A. Jet., Ala. 


Sheffield, Ala. - 




3.49 


Alabama Great Southern R. R. — 




3.44 
2.11 

27.16 
.40 










York, Ala. 






Central Passenger Station 


Louisa St., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Union Depot, Florence, Ala 


33.11 


Louisville and Nashville R. R. — 


.20 
4.41 

9.81 

9.22 






Middlesborough Belt and Bennets Fork 






L. and N. Switch Point, Halsey Branch 








Tarboro, N. C 


23.64 


Atlantic Coast Line R. R. — 


99.50 

54.88 

16.70 

3.10 

152 .08 

.72 
.09 


Tarboro, N. C 


Selma, N. C 




Hardeeville, S. C. 








Union Station, Brunswick, Ga.- 
Jacksonville Terminal Co., 












Entrance to Savannah Union Station, Ga. 






Central Junction, Ga.. 










327.07 
.65 


Southern Ry. in Mississippi — 
Entrance to Passenger Station, Colum- 
bus, Miss ... . 




Nashville, Chatta. and St. Louis Ry. — 
Chattanooga, Tenn . _ 






38 .00 


Jacksonville Terminal Co. — 
Entrance to Depot at Jacksonville, Fla. . 






1.47 


Savannah Union Station Co. — 






4.48 


St. Louis Terminal Railroad Association — 
East St. Louis, 111 






3.18 


East St. Louis and Cairo R. R. — 
Relay Junction. 






.10 


Jacksonville and St. Louis Ry. — 
Through Centralia, 111. . . 






1.80 


Baltimore and Ohio S. W. R. R — 
New Albany, Ind 






.06 


Chicago and Alton Ry.— 
Trackage near East St. Louis, 111 






.70 



Part II.— Corp. Comm., 1914.-26 



402 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION, 



Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

N ach Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 


From — 


To- 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 


Evansville and Terra Haute Ry. — 


West Junction, Princeton, Ind.. 
Passenger Station, Evansville.. 


1.64 
.63 










2.27 
.50 


Illinois Central R. R. — 
Eleventh Street . .. ... . 




Memphis Union Station Co. — 






.55 


Kentucky and Indiana Terminal Railroad 
Co.— 


11th Street, Louisville, Ky 


3.00 
6.90 












9.90 


Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific 

Ry- 


4.88 
. 2.29 


Entrance to Union Station, Chattanooga, 
Tenn 










7.17 
1.00 


Chicago, Indianapolis and Louisville Ry. — 












Total.. 


484 .70 












7,009.94 











ROAD OPERATED— State of North Carolina. 

Lines Owned. 





Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
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Name 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 




Goldsboro, N. C 


Cut-off 


1.55 

42.70 

11.50 

185 .50 

48.00 

12.75 

100.15 

122 .50 

65.65 

1.20 














S. C. State Line 

Tenn. State Line 










Branches and Spurs 


Va. State Line 

Oxford . 


241 .25 










Wilkesboro 






Murphy Junction 

Charlotte 






Taylorsville. 

North Charlotte 






A.T. andO. cut-off... 


350.25 







SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



403 



ROAD OPERATED— State of North Carolina— Continued. 

Lines Operated by Respondent, but Owned by Another Corporation, Control Being Secured 

Through Stock Ownership. 





Termini 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named 






Chapel Hill 




10.20 


North Carolina Midland 
R. R 








53.52 


High Point, Randleman 


High Point 






26.80 


Yadkin R. R. 








41.00 








130 .95 
18.74 
11.39 


























161 .08 
13.90 


Carolina and Tennessee 















Lines Operated Under Lease for Specified Sum. 



North Carolina R. R. 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air 
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Atlantic and Danville Ry._ 

North and South Carolina 

R. R 



Goldsboro- 
Caraleigh.. 



Charlotte 

State Line, Va. 

Virgilina 



Charlotte 

Caraleigh Junction 



S. C. State Line.. 
State Line, N. C. 



Mines. 



222 .44 
1.90 



224 .34 



43.18 
22.15 



4.45 



Lines Operated Under Contract or Agreement, or Where the Rent is Contingent Upon 
Earnings or Other Consideration. 



Southern Ry. — 
Carolina Division. 



The Whitney Co. 



Marion 

Biltmore 

Hendersonville. 



Near New London. 



S. C. State Line. 
S. C. State Line. 
Lake Toxaway.. 



Halls Mill Ferry. 



64.15 
41.90 
42.10 



148 .15 
6.20 



Line Operated Under Trackage Rights. 



Atlantic Coast Line R. R... . 








120.68 












Total mileage 
operated — N. C. 


1,467.15 











404 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind 


Number of 

Shares 
Authorized 


Par 

Value 

of 

One 

Share 


Total Par 

Value 
Authorized 


Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding 


Total Par 
Value Not 

Held by 
Respondent 


Common 1 

Preferred > 


3,500,000 


$ 100 


% 350,000,000 


f $120,000,000 
i 60,000,000 


$ 120,000,000 
60,000,000 


Totals. 


3,500,000 




350,000,000 


180,000,000 


180,000,000 







Purpose of the Issue 



Issued for purchase of railway or other property 

Issued for acquisition of securities 

Issued for reorganization 

Total 



Total Number 

of Shares 

Outstanding 



57,000 

43,000 

1,700,000 



1,800,000 



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235,700.00 

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